Two passenger trains have collided in southern India, killing 13 people and inuring 25.
The accident happened when the Visakhapatnam-Rayagada passenger train stopped on Sunday because of a break in an overhead cable and the Visakhapatnam-Palasa Express service rammed into it from the rear, derailing two carriages of the stationary train.
A preliminary investigation found that human error caused the accident, officials said.
Train crashes are common in India and are often blamed on human error or outdated signalling equipment.
In June, more than 280 people were killed in one of the country’s deadliest rail crashes in decades when two passenger trains rammed into each other in eastern India.
More than 12 million people ride 14,000 trains across India every day, travelling on 64,000 kilometres of track.