Dozens of people have been killed in a train crash in central Indonesia.
Thirty-six people were said to have died and many were injured, some critically.
The accident happened at a station in Petarukan, a city on the northern coast of Central Java province, at around 3am local time.
A train from the capital Jakarta, slammed into a train sitting idle near at the platform, causing severe damage to both.
One body was still trapped inside the wreckage, said Marsono, a rescuer who goes by only one name.
Thirty-five other bodies were brought to nearby hospitals, said Tri Yuniasari, a spokeswoman from the Hasyim Ashari hospital.
Earlier Cendana Banandi, a government life insurance official, had put the death toll at 43.
Meanwhile, another passenger train crashed in the town of Solo at around 4am, said Transportation Ministry spokesman Bambang Ervan. He said information was still being collected about casualties.
An official at a public hospital who identified himself only as Peter told Metro TV and El Shinta that one person had died in that crash.
Indonesia - with a reputation for poor safety standards and maintenance - has been hit by a series of plane, train and ferry accidents in recent years that have left hundreds dead.