Two people have been killed and scores injured after a high-speed train derailed near Milan.
At least two carriages and the front engine came off the tracks, video from the scene shows.
Images shared by emergency services show the train toppled over after it crashed around 5.30am (local time) near Lodi, a town in northern Italy
Two train drivers were killed in the crash, according to the head of the national civil protection unit.
Twenty-seven people were left with non-life threatening injuries.