King Carlos visits crash victims

Friday, 26 Jul 2013, 10:42


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 “All Spaniards feel the pain of the families,” said Spain’s head of state, King Juan Carlos, as he and Queen Sofia met hospitalised survivors of the crash 4 kilometres south of Santiago de Compostela.

“For a native of Santiago like me, this is the saddest day,” said Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, who toured the crash scene and declared a national three-day mourning period.
The country’s deadliest train crash in decades killed 80 dead and injured over 100.

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