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http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/world/europe/article3824872.ece

The train driver in the rail crash that killed 80 people and left 130 injured outside the city of Santiago de Compostela had boasted to friends on Facebook about how fast he could drive his locomotive.
Francisco José Garzón Amo, 52, has been formally named as a suspect in the criminal investigation into Spain’s worst train disaster for decades, in which at least one Briton was hurt. Survivors yesterday described the harrowing moments when their carriage flew off the rails.
Mariano Rajoy, the Spanish Prime Minister, declared three days of mourning and the city’s annual religious festival, which was due to begin yesterday, was cancelled.
Santiago de Compostela, in the northwest corner of Spain, is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage centre dedicated to the apostle James, whose remains are said to lie in the city’s cathedral.

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