Accidents

12 Die in Belgian Train Crash

At least 12 people were killed and 55 more injured on Monday when two commuter trains collided head-on in a Brussels suburb. The crash occurred during rush hour when one train ran a red light. The details are grisly: the front of one car peeled away and another was thrown from the tracks, “causing amputations and other sever injuries,” says the Associated Press. The governor of the province said the death toll “will certainly rise.”