The death toll from Tuesday's head-on collision between two commuter trains in southern Germany has risen to nine, with two people still missing, police said.
"We now have nine dead," said police spokesman Juergen Thalmeier, adding that there are "two missing people, who are very likely still in the wreckage".
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