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By Scott S. Powell
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Santiago De Compostela
Investigators on Thursday said speed was a factor in the Spain train derailment that killed at least 78, and are bringing the driver in for questioning.
As many as 45 people are dead and many more wounded after a train carrying more than 200 passengers derailed as it approached Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain.