Description: Two subway trains collided at the end of morning rush hour in central Rome on Tuesday, killing one person and injuring at least 60 others, authorities said.
Italian media said a second person died, but authorities did not confirm the reports.
Police said the conductor of one of the trains was found alive, and the rescue operation was complete.
According to emergency coordination officials, a 30-year-old woman died from her injuries at a local hospital. Among the injured, 14 were seriously wounded.