Two trains have crashed outside the north-west Italian city of Genoa injuring about 30 people, Italian emergency services say.
Traffic on the Genoa-Turin line has been halted for 48 hours
A passenger train came off a line near Serravalle Scrivia, about 50km (30 miles) north of Genoa, striking a goods train on another track.
The train was a local service running between Livorno and Turin.
It appears a fault in the track may have caused the accident, which happened at about 1630 (1430 GMT).
Firefighters confirmed that about 30 people had been hurt, none of them seriously.
Initial reports had spoken of 15 people with "grave" injuries.
Skipping its track, the passenger train struck a goods train travelling in the opposite direction and also hit an uninhabited building before coming to a halt.
Emergency services rushed to the scene and the injured were evacuated to hospital in Genoa by bus, the Italian news agency Ansa reports.
The drivers of the passenger train have told police they pulled emergency brakes because "something was not right on the line" and the track seemed to be "deformed", AFP news agency reports.