One person was killed and 127 injured as a passenger train derailed after striking debris from a landslide in China's central Hunan province on Monday.
The train derailed in Yongxing county, the city of Chenzhou, around noon, the state-run railway system said, New Straits Times reported.
One car caught fire and five were derailed.
A railway police officer was killed and 122 passengers were hurt, four of them seriously. Five rail staff also suffered light injuries.
A video posted on Chinese social media and verified by AFP showed at least three cars lying on their side and a plume of smoke rising in the distance.
The train was travelling from the eastern city of Jinan to Guangzhou in the nation's south.
Parts of southern, eastern and central China have been soaked by steady rains beginning last week.