SPAIN (QHA) -  King of
Spain Juan Carlos has said all Spanish people feel the pain of the families of
the 80 people killed in a high-speed train crash in north-western Spain,
informs BBC.

The king
was speaking on a visit to the dozens of hospitalised survivors in Santiago de
Compostela, near to where the train derailed on Wednesday night.

PM Mariano
Rajoy, who hails from the city of the crash, declared three days of official
mourning on Thursday.

One of the
train drivers is under formal investigation, officials say.

Spain's
national train operator Renfe said it was too early to say what caused the
train to derail. However, survivor accounts and media reports suggest the train
was travelling at excessive speed as it hit a curve in the track.

Footage
captured by a security camera shows the train crashing as it hurtled round a
bend.


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