- Train derailed around 40km outside Milan around 7am, killing at least two people and seriously wounding 10
- Local media reports that at least five people are still trapped, with emergency services working to free them
- Service was on its way from Cremona to the station at Garibaldi Port, in Milan, when it came off the tracks
- It was not immediately clear what caused the train, which bears a Trenord logo, to crash
A train derailed near Milan on Thursday morning killing at least two people and seriously injuring 10 others.
The train was on its way from Cremona to the Garibaldi Port station in Milan when it derailed between Segrate and Pioltello, according to local photographer Giorgio Morera.
Morera reports that five people are still stuck inside the train, with images showing emergency crews climbing inside crumpled carriages which appear to be spattered with blood.
It is not clear what caused the train, which bears a Trenord logo, to come off the track around 7am local time.
A spokesman for state train firm Ferrovie dello Stato confirmed that an accident had occurred in Pioltello, some 40 kilometres from Milan, without giving details on potential casualties.