Deadly train crash in Spain caught on video

// July 25th, 2013 // News


Train crash in northwestern Spain

What is being called the worst train crash in history, a commuter train in Spain was caught on video crashing into a concrete wall as it rounded a sharp corner at too high a speed.  The high speed train crashed on a curve in northwestern Spain between Madrid and Ferro on Wednesday.  Nearly 100 passengers were killed in the accident (218 passengers were aboard the train when it crashed).  It was later learned that the train was travelling at a speed of 118 MPH (190 km/h) on a stretch of track that has a speed limit of 49 MPH (80 km/h).  Al 13 carriages were derailed with four of the thirteen overturned.

Train crash in Spain–raw footage

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