A passenger train carrying more than 800 people derailed on Interstate 75 in Indiana on Monday, killing 11 people and injuring nearly 500 others.
The accident is the deadliest rail accident in U.S. history, and the deadliest in U of L history.
The train, bound from the small town of Easley, Ind., to Indianapolis, derailed at 6:50 p.m.
ET (1150 GMT) at the edge of an elevated rail crossing.
The Indiana State Police said at least nine people were killed and at least 50 injured in the crash.
Indiana State Troopers said they recovered the bodies of two men who died after the accident and recovered the remains of two others who were found in the debris.
They said it was the third fatality on the Indiana train, following the May 21 derailment of a freight train in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Associated Press reported that the driver of the train is an American citizen who was on a trip to Las Vegas.
The crash occurred at the intersection of the Indiana state and southern Indiana highways, which is known for its scenic beauty.
It was the latest deadly train derailments in the United States.
Last month, an Amtrak train derailed near Louisville, killing four people.
On June 19, a train derailed on a Kentucky-Michigan highway.
Last week, a passenger train derailed off the California coast, killing at least 14 people.