7 Ratings:

CCTV of the moment Spanish train crashes near Santiago de Compostela


  • jeffings#

    jeffings July 26, 2013 2:48:42 PM CEST

    Look closely, I see a firey explosion. Trains weighting thousands of tonnes don't just fly into the air. When we see a train accident, some cars are up in the air and all over the place yes, but this is because of the train coming to an abrupt stop due to rail cars ahead piling up ahead. The offical explination is that excessive speed on a corner derailed the train. It should have just tipped over, dug into the gravel and rock, then sliding on its roof against the wall. One must understand center of gravity. The first cars to tip are always the ones with highest center of gravity. The Janney coupler does have some give, but its main job is to help keep those steel wheels on the track. The most obvious first car to leave the track first on a corner would be the engine. Even if the second/third car were that top heavy, the weight of the engine would hold it down on the tracks.

    Second interesting fact is that this train is electric, there shouldn't have been an orange/red explosion at all. It doesn't need to carry fuel like a freight train. It appears like an explosion took place from inside the mail car which always sits near the engine. The car explodes up and out in all directions, almost cutting it in half.

    I see a False Flag Event. After watching the video several times, I see an explosion just after the engine passes over it, or something planted under the second or third car. It's difficult to tell, but either way it look extremely suspicious.

  • juaneros#

    juaneros July 26, 2013 2:18:52 AM CEST


  • Nedroj#

    Nedroj July 25, 2013 10:13:20 PM CEST

    Damn... :(

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