Two people were killed when a falling boulder derailed a tourist train in the southern French Alps, local officials and firefighters say.
At least nine people were injured.
According to the BBC, the train was travelling from Nice to the town of Digne-les-Bains on a line which crosses gorges and viaducts at up to 1,000m (3,200ft) above sea level.
Images from the scene show the two-carriage train dangling from the tracks, the side of one carriage caved in by the rock.
Local prosecutor Stephane Kellenberger told AFP news agency that one of the dead was a Russian woman, while the other victim came from the Alps region.
One of the injured is said to be in a critical condition, while the others, including the driver, are reported to have sustained lighter injuries.
“A rock the size of a car came off the mountainside and slammed into the first car of the train,’’ Jean Ballester, mayor of nearby Annot, told BFM television.