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Spain crash: Last carriage removed from derailment site

27 July 2013 Last updated at 17:26 BST

The driver of the train that derailed in north-west Spain, killing 78 people, is being held on suspicion of "reckless manslaughter" according to the Spanish interior minister.

Meanwhile the final carriages have been lifted from the scene of Wednesday's derailment, in which at least 130 people were injured.

Police say Francisco Jose Garzon Amo, who is suspected of driving too fast on the bend and was slightly hurt in the crash, is refusing to answer questions.

Alison Roberts reports from Santiago de Compostela.

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