SWITZERLAND

Driver’s Body Found After Train Crash

The body of the driver of a train that smashed into another train near Granges-prés-Marnard, Switzerland, was found overnight Tuesday as rescuers searched the wreckage. About 26 others were injured; one man was taken by helicopter for treatment, and the rest of the injured were treated at the scene. Officials said it was too early to determine the cause of the crash, which happened when the trains collided head-on about 7 p.m. about 40 miles south of Bern, the Swiss capital.