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Two trains collided head-on in southern Poland late Saturday.
A train traveling from Przemysl to Warsaw collided with another train traveling from Warsaw to Krakow which was actually traveling on the wrong track.
So, both trains ran on the same track and collided near the town of Szczekociny, just north of Krakow.
There were some foreigners on the train including Ukraine, Spain, U.S. and France citizens.
16 people were killed including a U.S. lady and 58 others were injured in the disaster.
This is Poland’s worst train disaster in more than 20 years.
They are still investigating the cause of the accident.
Powerful storms stretching from the Midwest to the Gulf of Mexico caused powerful tornadoes late Friday.
This is the second powerful tornado outbreak this week.
The powerful tornadoes flattened buildings in several states, badly hit two Indiana towns and killing at least one person in Southern Georgia.
At least 39 people were killed by the Friday disaster.
Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee and Kansas were hit by storms and powerful tornadoes from late Tuesday through Wednesday.