Greek train crash kills at least 29

At least 29 people are dead after two trains collided in Greece. Eighty-five others are injured.

The crash took place near the city of Larissa, about 200 kilometers north of the capital, Athens.

One of the trains was carrying passengers, while the other was transporting freight.

Footage of the incident shows cars derailed and flipped over.

"It was chaos. Fire, cables hanging, broken windows, people screaming, people trapped," said a passenger. "We had to jump two meters to get out and beneath us was broken metal, but we had no choice."

Local media outlets say the passenger train was carrying about 350 people and was bound for a port city in the north. They say rescue crews are at the site looking for trapped passengers.

Reports say the reasons for the crash remain unclear.