At least 35 people have now been confirmed dead after two bullet trains collided in eastern China on Saturday. The train was traveling from Hangzhou to Fuzhou when it was reportedly struck by lightning and lost power in Wenzhou city. Another train then hit the stalled train from behind and knocked four of its cars off a bridge. Operations of 58 trains were suspended Sunday following the crash. On Sunday, a firefighter rescued a toddler in the rubble, 21 hours after the crash. The child was unconscious and has been hospitalized.