Eyewitness video has emerged from inside one of the two trains involved in a collision in Sohag, Egypt, that left at least 32 dead. Footage filmed by local Mohamed Mostafa Atia on March 26 shows scores of locals inside the damaged train, its seats bent out of shape and out of position. Once outside the train, the wreckage of one of the trains, bent at a near 45 degree angle to the other one, is clear to see. In another angle, the filmer points his phone camera to inside the train carriage, which is on its side, as people walk through it. At least 32 killed and more than 100 were injured after the emergency brakes were activated on a train causing another train behind to crash into it. Egypt's President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi tweeted: "I closely followed the tragic accident that we saw today, when two trains collided in Sohag Governorate. The pain in our hearts today will only increase our determination to put an end to this type of disaster."