The death toll from Japan's worst train accident in 40 years has risen to at least 67, as rescue workers pull bodies from crushed rail cars in the western city of Amagasaki.
A few people are believed to be alive and trapped inside the train, nearly a full day after the train slammed into an apartment building during Monday's morning rush hour.
Investigators say the train's 23-year-old driver may have been hurrying to stay on schedule and failed to negotiate a turn in the tracks.
Officials are also investigating an automatic braking mechanism that may not have functioned correctly. Officials say more than 400 people are injured.
Information for this report is provided by AP, AFP and Reuters.