Elena, train crash survivor
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Spain train crash: 'I was covered by luggage and bodies'

A passenger who survived the Spain train crash, which killed at least 80 passengers, has described being covered by seats, luggage and bodies.

Elena Regueiro, who was travelling alone on the train when it derailed near Santiago de Compostela, said her leg became trapped.

"I yelled for help but no-one would come," the 15-year-old from Madrid told the BBC's Christian Fraser.

She said eventually a firefighter managed to help free her from the train.

  • 25 Jul 2013
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