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Victims of train crash look for damages

  • Their Seville-based lawyer said that there was “a malfunction” on the service that caused the accident that wounded 37 people

Some of those affected by last week's derailment of a Malaga to Seville train during heavy rain have started proceedings for possible damages.

Their Seville-based lawyer said that there was “a malfunction” on the service that caused the accident that wounded 37 people.

Meanwhile, a judge in Seville has asked for reports on the state of the train and the line and on what happened, as part of the legal investigation into the accident.