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In this photo taken on Wednesday July 24 2013, Wounded people are evacuated at the site of a train accident in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Spanish police on Friday detained the driver of a train that crashed in northwestern Spain, lowered the death toll from 80 to 78 and took possession of the "black box" of the train expected to shed light on why it was going faster than the speed limit on the curve where it derailed. And in an interview with The Associated Press, an American passenger injured on the train said he saw on a TV monitor screen inside his car that the train was traveling 194 kph (121 mph) seconds before the crash — far above the 80 kph (50 mph) speed limit on the curve where it derailed. (AP Photo/La Voz de Galicia/Monica Ferreiros)
In this photo taken on Wednesday July 24 2013, Wounded people are evacuated at the site of a train accident in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Spanish police on Friday detained the driver of a train that crashed in northwestern Spain, lowered the death toll from 80 to 78 and took possession of the "black box" of the train expected to shed light on why it was going faster than the speed limit on the curve where it derailed. And in an interview with The Associated Press, an American passenger injured on the train said he saw on a TV monitor screen inside his car that the train was traveling 194 kph (121 mph) seconds before the crash — far above the 80 kph (50 mph) speed limit on the curve where it derailed. (AP Photo/La Voz de Galicia/Monica Ferreiros)

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