A mountaintop cable car fell nearby Lake Maggiore in northern Italy, rescuers said.
At least nine people were killed when the cable car collapsed, according to the Associated Press.
It is believed that 11 people were on board at the time, Sky News reported.
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At least nine people were killed after a mountaintop cable car fell close to Lake Maggiore in northern Italy, according to local reports.
The cable car collapsed near the summit of the Stresa-Mottarone line in the Piedmont region, the Associated Press reported.
The line reaches a height of 4,900 feet, the AP said.
At least 11 people were on board the cable car at the time, according to Sky News.
Two children have been transported to a hospital, authorities said.
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