"I've seen many injured people, and if you say the seriously injured, maybe you can make out 40/50 and if you say minor injuries, so the extent may go up to 225. We can't exactly say but we have calculated and we have seen and there are around 20 to 25 deaths out there."
5. Soldiers treating injured man
6. Soldiers carrying injured man on stretcher
7. Various of derailed train showing mangled, twisted wreckage
8. Various of locals helping people trapped in carriages
9. Man trapped in train
10. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Abdul Hafeez, surviving passenger:
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"I was sleeping on the train, then I heard the train coming off the tracks and then there was a blackout. I saw lots of people injured."
11. Wide of soldiers keeping crowd back
12. Various of crane moving pieces of wreckage
13. Soldiers carrying dead body on stretcher
14. Man who lost his father crying outside the Talka Hospital
15. Man who lost father in crash crying
16. Man carrying small child injured in train crash
17. Various of injured man treated in ward
18. Covered bodies in hospital
19. Mid of people looking at bodies
20. Wide of room with bodies
21. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr Shafi Toor, Superintendent, Talka Hospital:
"We received 203 injured, and 23 dead persons, up to now, from which ten dead bodies have been disposed, sixteen are still present in the ward, and all other patients are also been disposed. 26 are remaining in our wards, at present, seriously injured, still present in our hospital."
An express train crowded with holiday travellers derailed in southern Pakistan on Wednesday, killing at least 56 people and injuring at least 200, officials said.
The train was speeding from Karachi towards Lahore when at least 12 of its 16 carriages came off the rails near Mehrabpur, about 400 kilometres (250 miles) north of Karachi.
It was unclear what caused the accident, which left hundreds of terrified passengers to claw their way out of the mangled wreckage in total darkness.
By mid morning, rescuers had brought 56 bodies to three nearby hospitals, emergency officials said, including Talka Hospital in Mehrabpur.
Army engineers used two cranes and cutting equipment to free the last survivors, including a girl aged about three with a bloodied left foot, from one of the badly damaged carriages, many of which were thrown down an embankment into a waterlogged field.
Dozens of soldiers and police helped tend the injured and carry them away to waiting ambulances, as hundreds of people from the surrounding villages looked on.
The train, which derailed at about 0200 (2100 GMT Tuesday), was loaded with an estimated 9-hundred passengers, many of them heading home for the Islamic holiday of Eid ul-Adha.
Abdul Hafeez, a surviving passenger, told AP Television that he was on train when the accident happened.
"I was sleeping on the train, then I heard the train coming off the tracks and then there was a blackout. I saw lots of people injured," he said.
Army officers in charge of the relief operation said an initial inspection of the track found no sign of sabotage.
They said excessive speed coupled with poor maintenance might have been to blame.
Some of the injured and dead were taken to the nearby Talka Medical Hospital in Mehrabpur.
Deadly accidents are a regular occurrence on Pakistan's colonial-era railway network.
A speeding train struck a crowded bus at a railway crossing near Lahore in October, killing 12 people and injuring about 50 others.
About 130 people died in July 2005 when three trains collided in southern Pakistan.