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79 counts of homicide versus train driver in Spain

A total of 79 deaths in the accident happened on July 24, where the high-speed train derailed in Spain. Sunday, July 28, the train driver has been accused of driving too fast on a curve path of railings, according to NBC News site.

79 counts of homicide charged against derailed train driver in Spain
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Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela train driver, Francisco Garzo, 52-year-old, is now facing 79 counts of homicide and other offenses of bodily harm.

He worked for Renfe as train service for 30 years and 10 as a driver.

Renfe President Julio Gomez-Pomar told newspaper ABC, "As far as we know, the train was in perfect condition when it set off on its journey."

Judge Alaez allowed Garzo to out on bail. but he has to report in regularly with the court.

The Spanish train accident has a total of 79 deaths and 70 people remain hospitalized with 22 in critical condition.

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