Spanish judge wants to question those responsible for security on train crash stretch

  • Article by: CIARAN GILES , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 20, 2013 - 10:52 AM

MADRID — Nearly a month after a train crash killed 79 people in Spain, the judge investigating the tragedy said Tuesday he wants to question whoever is responsible for rail security in the area where the accident occurred as a suspect in the case.

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sooofedupAug. 20, 13 1:42 PM

Typical ! Finds someone else to blame! The train crashed from excessive speed, the operator admitted he was going too fast. Why drag others into it? This isn't the first train to travel the tracks, no one else has had an issue when abiding by the speed limits. If every 10th train crashed, then maybe there's another problem, but not in this case. This was the fist to do so, not the rail security fault. Might as well sue the people who designed the sharp curve of the track as well.

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joe_mnAug. 21, 13 6:54 AM

its like driving into your familiar garage at 50mph and not noticing it till too late. how in the heck does an experienced professional train driver not notice he is coming to the end of the line? talking on the phone is bogus. he is a pro. he does ONE thing. drive the train. i think it was done on purpose

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