Human error was to blame for a train crash in Bavaria, Germany, last week that killed 11 people, the prosecutor has said.

More than 80 people were injured after two commuter trains collided on a single-track stretch of railway.

According to BBC News, the trains crashed head-on while both were travelling at about 60miles per hour east of Bad Aibling, a spa town about 60 kilometers south-east of Munich.

All 11 victims of the crash were men aged between 24 and 59.

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