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At least 10 people have died following the crash, with 90 injured.
Video report by ITV News correspondent Emma Murphy
Investigators will be looking for clues as to why an automatic braking system didn't stop the trains.
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Footage has emerged of the panicked moments inside one of the trains involved in a high speed crash in Germany shortly after the collision.
At least ten people were killed and 81 were injured.
The video, posted to YouTube, shows a passenger making their way through the ruined carriages, and injured passengers can be heard asking for help.
Warning: You may find the pictures and audio distressing.
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Ten people have now been confirmed to have died in a train crash in Germany.
Two trains travelling in opposite directions on the same set of tracks collided this morning.
ITV News' correspondent Emma Murphy, who is at the crash site in the countryside near Bad Aibling in Bavaria, reports that the two trains involved had just turned round a bend and so would not have had time to stop.
Police in Germany investigating a high-speed head on collision between two trains have said one passenger is still missing.
At least 81 people were injured in the crash in southern Bavarian countryside, and police said 18 of those were in a serious condition.
The trains were carrying about 150 passengers, mainly commuters.