Martin Marugan, the ticket inspector on the train which crashed in Spain, killing 79 people, says he does not feel any guilt.
He was talking to the driver on the intercom minutes before it derailed – during the call an alarm sounded indicating a bend ahead.
Driver Francisco Garzon has admitted going too fast, and has been charged with negligent homicide.
The Spanish train company, Renfe, and an investigating magistrate are contining to probe the crash, trying find out if the train, the tracks or a security system which slows the train may also have been at fault.
Meanwhile, tributes to those who died are being placed at the crash site.
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