At least 100 pilgrims have been killed in a stampede at a religious festival in the southern Indian state of Kerala.
Scores more have been injured in the crush, which was triggered by a road accident, the BBC reports.
The pilgrims were returning from the Hindu shrine of Sabarimala, which is in a remote, mountainous, densely-forested area.
The authorities say the death toll could rise.
The festival runs for two months and attracts millions of visitors every year.