“Spanish police were investigating on Friday if the driver of a train that crashed in Santiago de Compostela killing dozens had been driving at reckless speed when he took a tight curve.
Spain’s worst train accident in decades on Wednesday evening killed at least 78, with three bodies still unidentified and 81 people in hospital, raising questions about the experienced railwayman’s actions.”*
The experienced driver of the derailed Spanish train left a message about his work on his facebook profile some time before the crash. The train was allegedly traveling at very unsafe speeds; at least 78 people were killed. Was this a case of recklessness? Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, and John Iadarola discuss.
*Read more from Reuters: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/07/26/us-spain-train-safety-idUSBRE96P10720130726