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Driver charged with 79 counts of homicide in Spain

The driver of the  Spanish high-speed train  which derailed was charged with 79 counts of homicide and released pending trial, after appearing before a judge on Sunday evening.
Francisco Garzon, 52, had been under arrest since Thursday, a day after a horrible train crash in Spain which killed 79 persons.
He is suspected of driving the train too fast through a tight curve on the outskirts of this northwestern city. Garzon was charged with 79 counts of homicide as he commited them through professional recklessness, the court said.
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