Video footage shows several carriages overturned.
At least 32 people were killed and 66 injured Friday when two trains collided in southern Egypt, the health ministry said, the latest deadly rail accident to hit the country.
A statement said dozens of ambulances rushed to the scene in the Tahta district of Sohag province, some 460 kilometres (285 miles) south of the capital Cairo.
“32 people were killed and 66 injured” and transported to hospital, the statement said.
Video footage seen by AFP showed several carriages overturned.