The Emergency Services in Tunisia has reported that a head-on collision between two passenger trains that occurred on Monday in the south of the Tunisian capital injured 95 people.
According to the civil defence spokesman, Moez Triaa, who told newsmen that only one of the trains was carrying passengers, the injured were taken to hospitals and there were no deaths recorded.
He said that most of the people injured suffered bruises or fractures, but none of them was life-threatening.
Many passengers were said to be in shock, and around 15 ambulances had been dispatched to treat the wounded and to take them to the hospital.
The cause of the accident was uncertain and the national train company had not immediately responded to a request for comment.