[Updated at 7:57 p.m. ET] A high-speed bullet train collision in eastern China's Zhejiang province late Saturday left 33 people dead and nearly 200 injured, state-run news agency Xinhua reported.
Rescue operations continued Sunday.
Witnesses told China National Radio that a bullet train stopped on the tracks because of a power outage from a lightning strike.
Another bullet train traveling in the same direction rammed into the first train from behind and caused four of its cars to fall from an elevated bridge, the radio report said.FULL STORY