A train derailed in Spain.

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by Nano, Jul 25, 2013.

  1. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/26/world/europe/train-derails-in-spain.html?_r=0

    Rhodes. How is Spain living this day?
     
  2. this was the line at 2am to donate blood for the victims.

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    quite amazing.
     
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  3. They say Spain is the most solidary country in the world, I'm not really impressed if I'm honest.
     
  4. Horrible news. My Aunt's best friend died in that crash.

    RIP.
     
  5. Sorry to hear that. Hope your aunt is ok.

    RIP
     
  6. Well, I live like at 400 km from there so I had nothing to do with it. There are guys asking the doctors at the hospital to let them go home so the guys who were in the trains can have a better place at the hospital. TV is 24/7 on that and well, we feel pretty proud of how everyone has tried to help. The guys who lived there came into the train to try to save people before the firefighters came. There are many many people helping and giving all they have got. Blood donations, money, they are at the train trying to help. It's sad but the our reaction has been great
     
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  7. Well, as I said Spain is probably the most solidary country in the world. Are they really giving their money?! I'm shocked, all those who are giving their money may need it more than the people they're giving it to.