25 July 2013 06:30 AM | By MSN News
Train Crash In Santiago de Compostela

Pulling victims from the train



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The Spanish derailment has happened less than two weeks after six people died when a train came off the tracks and hit the platform at a station in central France. Here, rescue workers pull victims from a train crash near Santiago de Compostela, northwestern Spain.

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