A teenager has died after a train crashed into his home, the second fatality in the southern Philippines.
The accident occurred on Friday at about 8:30 a.m. in the town of Mamasapano in Pampanga Province, a coastal province in the south.
The train was carrying 13 people, including six children, when it struck the home, local media reported.
It is not clear if any of the children were hurt.
The train was on its way to a nearby village, which is located on the southern side of the country.
The railway was carrying 4.8 million Philippine pesos ($7,600) worth of goods, local TV network NITV reported.
The number of fatalities is expected to rise because of the lack of information about the accident, according to the Philippine Red Cross.
The Philippine Red, Civil and Cultural Commission has launched an investigation into the accident.