Train carrying 150 people in Barcelona derails, killing one and injuring six
It happened in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
One person has died and six people have been injured after a passenger train derailed in Spain, police have said.
The commuter train was carrying around 150 people when it derailed outside of Barcelona on Tuesday.
The train came off the tracks at 6.15am on Tuesday between the Catalan towns of Terrassa and Manresa due to a landslide according to train operator Adif.
Rescue workers were trying to free passengers trapped in the wreckage, Spanish television reported.
The north of Spain has suffered heavy rains in the last few days, causing flooding and landslides.