A Romania woman is listed among the people who lost their lives in the tragic rail accident that happened on Monday evening in Viareggio station, North-West Italy, when a wagon loaded with GPL exploded, causing the death of 16 persons, according to the Italian press.

Affaritaliani.it portal citing medical sources published a list on Wednesday, featuring the name of the people who died in the tank-wagon explosion. One of the deceased is a Romanian woman, who was working in Italy as house-maid.

According to sources, the woman was around 40. She was taking care of a 90-year old man, Mario Pucci, who also lost his life in the explosion.

At least 13 people lost their lives. Other 34 have been injured, 12 of which have been seriously affected after a train transporting two gas tanks exploded on Monday night, in a rail station from Viareggio, North-West Italy. According to the Italian press, the train went off the rails when nearing the station. The explosion was so powerful that it hit the nearby houses, which collapsed after the impact.