The train was carrying 100 passengers went it derailed
At least four people have been killed and ten injured, including the driver, after a passenger train derailed in Greece.
The intercity train was travelling with nearly 100 passengers from Athens to Thessaloniki when it went off the rails and crashed into a house near a station in the village of Adendro on Saturday night.
Witnesses say they saw the train slam into a house, where two people jumped off a balcony.
The Athens News Agency reported about 100 passengers were on board the train and some media said five carriages derailed during the incident.
The train's engine was propelled into a nearby house but the cause of the accident is still not yet known.
Twelve fire brigade trucks were deployed to the area, the fire brigade said and a rescue operation is under way.
Adendro is around 23 miles from the city of Thessaloniki.