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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Teofilo Serrano
The last thing they heard was the piercing whistle of an oncoming train in Spain. Moments later, dozens of mostly Latin American immigrants who crossed the tracks instead of using an underground passageway to reach a beach party in this seaside resort were dead or injured.
He said he did not know how fast it was going.
As the investigation got under way Thursday, the chairman of the state railway company RENFE, Teofilo Serrano, said he was "almost certain" the long-distance train was not exceeding the speed limit as it traveled through the station.