Bangladeshi train collision

At least 14 people were killed and 40 injured when two trains collided in Eastern Bangladesh earlier Thursday, Reuters reported.
At 3 a.m., a train bound for the port city of Chittagong collided with another train bound for the capital Dhaka in the northeastern city of bramanbaria.
Khan, who was in charge of the scene of the accident, told Reuters by telephone that the collision caused serious damage to several carriages of two trains.
“So far, 14 bodies have been found,” Khan said. He said the death toll could rise as the search begins.
“More than 40 injured people have been hospitalized, some of them in critical condition,” Khan added. “
At present, the cause of the accident is not clear.