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Officials in Russia have reported that two people have been detained after a metro train derailed in Moscow on Tuesday, leaving 22 dead and hundreds injured.
Moscow residents have been leaving flowers outside metro stations across the Russian capital today. Hundreds of people have also been queuing up to give blood to help the 136 people who were injured in the crash.
A total of 21 people have been killed and 136 injured after a rush-hour train derailed in Moscow, Russian news agency Itar-TASS has reported.
According to local media, 42 of the injured are in intensive care, while two of the victims have been identified as a Chinese and Tajik citizen.
The number of people killed after a rush-hour subway derailed in Moscow has risen to 20, according to Russian news agency Itar-TASS, quoting emergency officials.
Russia's emergencies ministry (EMERCOM) reported that over 1,000 people had been evacuated from the scene.
Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin ruled out the possibility that it was related to terrorism, saying: "There are no signs of a terrorist attack, so most likely it is an industrial accident".
The number of people who have died after a train derailed in Moscow has reached 16.
Emergency services have been involved in a rescue operation in a metro tunnel after an underground train derailed between two stations during the morning rush hour.
Russia's investigative committee said it was looking into the causes of the incident.
At least ten people have died and more than a hundred have been injured when a rush-hour subway train derailed in Moscow, Russian emergency officials said today.
One person is still trapped in the wreckage, but he is still alive, Moscow's health department chief said.
Several people who were seriously injured were taken out of the station and airlifted from the scene.
The station is the deepest in Moscow, making the rescue conditions challenging.
The number of people killed after a rush-hour subway train derailed in Moscow has risen to 10, according to emergency officials.
Several cars left the track in the tunnel after a power surge triggered an alarm, which caused the train to stop abruptly.
City Hall officials have given the death toll as 10. More than 100 people have been taken to hospital and 50 are in grave condition, Itar-TASS said, quoting Moscow's health department chief, Georgy Golukhov.
Five people have been killed and more than 100 injured after an underground train came off the rails in Moscow.
It happened between the Slaviansky Boulevard and Park Pobedy stations during rush hour this morning.
A spokesman for the Emergencies Ministry said a power surge caused the train to stall and several cars to derail.