Eight of the people injured when a commuter train collided with an intercity train in Amsterdam on Sunday are still in hospital, officials said on Tuesday.
On Monday, the figure was ten but two have since been sent home, reports Amsterdam council on its website.
One woman died and 117 were injured in the head-on crash.
The local authority health service on Tuesday sent a letter to all those involved in the collision telling them to get in touch if they have psychological problems, have any questions or need help.
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