At least 10 people were killed when two trains collided in northeast France on Wednesday, SNCF the state railways company has said. The accident took place when goods train and passenger train collided near the village of Zoufftgen not far from the border with Luxembourg late on Wednesday morning, according to SNCF.Authorities for the Lorraine region said that nine of those killed were passengers aboard the train. The two train drivers were also apparently killed.

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