Four people were killed and 43 others were injured in a crash involving a Turkish high-speed train in Ankara on Thursday, state media reported, citing Ankara Governor Vasip Sahin.
Speaking to reporters at the crash site, Sahin said the high-speed train, which was travelling to the central province of Konya, had crashed into a locomotive which carries out track inspections.
The accident occurred at around 6:30 a.m. local time (0330 GMT). It was not clear at what speed the trains were travelling when the crash occurred, but it occurred at a station where the Ankara-Konya train does not stop.
Local authorities have launched an investigation into the crash.