Two trains collided in Alexandria, Egypt, leaving at least 28 dead and 74 wounded, according to the latest figure from Egypt's Health Ministry, via state-run Al-Ahram news.
The collision involved one train that had been traveling from Cairo and another from Port Said, according to Al-Ahram. The collision happened in Alexandria, where ambulances and local officials have been deployed.
Alexandria, Egypt's second-largest city, sits on the Mediterranean coast in the north.
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