The driver of the train crashed in Spain will be tried pending trial!: The driver of that train that took place in Spain last week and killed 79 people was released pending trial. The authorization to drive the train was also taken from the hand of that mechanic, who admitted to doing twice the speed he had to do.
The first decision was made about mechanic Jose Garzon Amo, the number 1 name of the train accident in Spain that took place last week and disrupted the world agenda. That mechanic, who entered the bend twice as fast as he had to enter at a speed of 80 km and caused 79 deaths in the accident that occurred because of this, was released pending trial.
Machinist Jose Garzon Amo admitted his absenteeism and doubling speed on the 'A Grandeira' corner, which had to go at 80 kilometers per hour.
The mechanic, who was tried as the number one defendant in the train accident in which 79 people died in Spain, was released pending trial. Speaking at the Santiago city court last night, mechanic Francisco Jose Garzon Amo admitted that he was "absent-minded" and doubled down on the 'A Grandeira' corner, which had to go at 80 kilometers an hour. The 52-year-old veteran mechanic is accused of carelessly killing 79 people and injuring many. While Garzon Amo's passport was confiscated for 6 months, his train license was revoked during the same period. The mechanic, who was brought to the court in handcuffs and sunglasses yesterday evening, was released on probation at midnight. However, he has to go to court once a week because of the ongoing investigation against Garzon Amo. On the 24th of July, the fast train "Alvia" with 247 passengers on the Madrid-Ferrol flight derailed near the city of Santiago de Compostela. 79 people died in the accident and around 130 people were injured.