Eleven people have been killed and 98 injured after a train derailed and overturned in Kalyubiye, Egypt.
Eleven people were killed and 98 injured when a passenger train derailed in Kalyubiye, Egypt, overturning four cars.
The prosecutor’s office announced an investigation into the incident.
Egyptian President Abdul Fattah es-Sisi has appointed the government to form a committee to investigate the cause of the crash, local media reported.
Cairo-Mansura passenger train 949 derailed in Kalyubiye and overturned four cars, according to the Egyptian Railways Authority.
Several ambulances were dispatched to the scene.
A train crash also occurred in Egypt on March 26, killing 32 people and injuring 66.
Egypt’s deadliest train crash occurred in 2002 when a fire on a train from Cairo to southern Egypt killed more than 300 people.