Six people have been killed and 16 injured in a train accident on the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark.
Rail network officials said debris from a freight train – possibly a tarpaulin – hit a commuter train during a heavy storm, forcing it to brake suddenly.
Rescuers are working to free around 100 passengers who remain trapped on board.
The debris struck the commuter train – running from Odense to the capital Copenhagen – at about 07:35 local time (06:35 GMT).
“Ordinary Danes on their way to work or home from Christmas holidays have had their lives broken,” Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen tweeted, saying the accident had “shaken us all”. Read more