So, the driver has been arrested. Inevitable in the circumstances - as it was with the Captain of the Prestige 10 years ago. Somebody has to be seen as the immediate blame-worthy party. No presumption of innocence on the basis that he might have been misled by a malfunctioning signal/control system. What driver would willingly imperil his own life by ignoring the restrictions?
The Spanish are among the world's best in donating body organs and they seem to be flooding towards the blood donation centres.
President Rajoy has appeared on TV, speaking about the tragedy. Thus scotching the rumours that, although head of the government and the state, he doesn't have the power of speech.
When listening to Galego, it's essential to remember that the language kept the Latin Fs, whereas Spanish converted them to Hs. So, the Spanish herido(injured) is ferido in Galego. Always throws me.
Which reminds me . . . Watching a EuroNews report earlier on, they had an English voiceover to a to-camera piece from a Portuguese correspondent. Do they not know the difference between these 2 Iberian languages in Brussels? It would seem not.