A train travelling through the French Alps was left dangling for hours after being derailed by a fast-falling boulder.
Two people were killed and nine injured after the so-called Train of the Pines was hit by a boulder just outside the town of Annot.
The mayor of the town Jean Ballester said the rock fell with "an extraordinary force".
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