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sexta-feira, 26 de julho de 2013

[ORIGINAL RAW FOOTAGE] Spain Train CRASH Near Santiago De Compostela | A...

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Train Crash In Spain: 'At Least 35 Killed' 
Witnesses describe the horrific sight of bodies on the tracks after carriages reportedly carrying 240 people derailed.
The crash happened in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Pic: @AlenPerz

Some passengers were trapped. Pic: @AlenPerz
The number of people dead after a train derailed in Spain has risen to at least 35, according to reports.

As many as 200 are said to be injured and Spanish newspapers reported emergency services were attempting to rescue several people still trapped inside carriages.

The crash happened as the train pulled into the city of Santiago de Compostela, a popular place of pilgrimage in the northwestern region of Galicia.

Pictures taken at the scene show several carriages which had rolled over, with flames and smoke seen rising from the front carriage.

The head of the region said at least 35 people had been killed and that it was too soon to say what had caused the derailment.
The train was travelling from Madrid to the port city of Ferrol

El Pais newspaper said 24 bodies were seen covered with blankets. It reports the train was busy, with some 240 passengers on board.

One passenger, Ricardo Montesco, told Cadena Ser radio station: "It was going so quickly ... It seems that on a curve the train started to twist and the wagons piled up one on top of the other.

"A lot of people were squashed on the bottom.

"We tried to squeeze out of the bottom of the wagons to get out and we realised the train was burning ... I was in the second wagon and there was fire ... I saw corpses."

A witness told the station they heard an explosion before seeing the derailed train. Another witness told the Radio Galega station: "There are many people dead here, my God."

Spanish state television said eight carriages had derailed and the train was travelling from Madrid to the port city of Ferrol.

It happened at about 8.40pm local time - 7.40pm UK time - on a bend a short distance from a scheduled stop in the city.

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