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Santiago de Compostela, Spain - 24 July 2013

1. Wide of the rail tracks, approaching train derails on a bend and hits a retaining wall

2. Replay of footage zoomed in at 30% speed

WIKONO - NO ACCESS SPAIN

Santiago de Compostela - 24 July 2013

3. Mid of firefighters running towards fire engine

4. Wide of rescue team near train

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Santiago de Compostela, Spain - 24 July 2013

5. Wide of the rail tracks, approaching train derails on a bend and hits a retaining wall in slow motion

WIKONO - NO ACCESS SPAIN

Santiago de Compostela - 24 July 2013

6. Mid of woman crying near crash site

7. Wide pan of bodies covered with sheets between the train tracks

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Santiago de Compostela - 25 July 2013

8. Wide of bodies being taken from vehicle and wheeled into Hospital Clinico de Santiago

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Santiago de Compostela - 25 July 2013

9. Various aerials of crash site

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Santiago de Compostela - 25 July 2013

10. Medium shot of train wreckage

11. Medium shot of clothes scattered on the tracks

12. Wide of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and other officials, including the president of the region of Galicia, Alberto Nunez Feijoo (on his right), and Spanish Public Works Minister, Ana Pastor (in front), arriving at scene of train derailment

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Santiago de Compostela - 25 July 2013

13. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Mariano Rajoy, Spanish Prime Minister: "For a native from Santiago, like me, believe me this is the saddest saint's day of my entire life." (TRANSLATED)

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Santiago de Compostela - 25 July 2013

14. Various of emergency workers at scene of the crash

15. Truck laden with wrecked train carriage driving away from scene

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

THE MOMENT OF IMPACT...EERILY SILENT ON THIS SURVEILLANCE FOOTAGE.

MANY BELIEVE IT SHOWS THE TRAIN WAS GOING TOO FAST INTO THE TURN BEFORE LOSING CONTROL AND SMASHING INTO A RETAINER WALL IN NORTHWEST SPAIN.

(nats of emergency vehicle sirens)

EYEWITNESSES SAID THEY HEARD A BIG BANG AFTER SEEING THE TRAIN APPROACH.

ANALYSTS WHO HAVE VIEWED THIS FOOTAGE ESTIMATE THE TRAIN MAY HAVE BEEN TRAVELING AT TWICE THE RECOMMENDED SPEED FOR THE TURN.

FOR LOVED ONES, (nats of distraught woman crying) RESCUE EFFORTS WERE ALMOST TOO DIFFICULT TO WATCH.

AT LEAST 80 PEOPLE HAVE DIED AND 95 REMAIN HOSPITALIZED--36 IN CRITICAL CONDITION. FIVE AMERICANS WERE AMONG THE INJURED.

THE INCIDENT IS THE WORST TRAIN ACCIDENT IN SPAIN IN DECADES.

THE TRAIN WAS HEADING TOWARDS A CATHOLIC FESTIVAL IN SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA WHEN IT FLEW OFF THE TRACKS.

218 PASSENGERS AND 5 CREW MEMBERS WERE ON BOARD.

PRIME MINISTER MARIANO RAJOY--WHO IS FROM THE CITY--TOURED THE CRASH SITE.

SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Mariano Rajoy, Spanish Prime Minister: "For a native from Santiago, like me, believe me this is the saddest saint's day of my entire life."

TERRORISM HAS BEEN RULED OUT AND INVESTIGATIONS ARE UNDERWAY TO DETERMINE THE CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT.

TIM MAGUIRE, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.