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Seven explosions hit Bombay's commuter rail network during rush hour Tuesday evening, ripping apart train compartments and reportedly injuring dozens of people, police and Indian media said.
Indian television news channels broadcast video of the wounded sprawled on train tracks and being carried through stations.
The Press Trust of India news agency said six blasts occurred along the city's commuter rail network, which is among the most crowded in the world.
India's financial center of Bombay and the capital of New Delhi were reportedly on high alert.
MUMBAI, India (CNN) -- At least five bombs rocked commuter trains at rush hour Tuesday in and around India's financial capital of Mumbai, with at least 15 deaths reported.
Dozens of people were injured.
A correspondent for CNN's sister network, CNN-IBN, reported seeing 15 bodies at the Matunga train station.
Video from the scene showed people covered in blood receiving treatment. Other commuters were shown carrying victims and some people were lying motionless near train tracks.
Blasts were reported to have happened at Matunga station in central Mumbai, and at suburban stations in Santa Cruz, Mahim and Khar.
The city's commuter rail network is among the most crowded in the world.