New video of March 11 train attacks airs in Spain
Spain is getting a new look at Madrid's March Eleventh train bombings. A security-camera videotape is being broadcast for the first time, showing dazed commuters milling around on a smoke-shrouded platform. Then the smoke moves and people are knocked over -- apparently by another blast. A fireball is seen erupting from a stopped train about five seconds later. The tape carries no sound. Minutes later, bodies are strewn on the platform in pools of blood, as police and emergency workers seek to help the victims. After a few minutes, running officials are shown screaming for people to evacuate. There were fears of another bomb, but it turned out to be a false alarm.
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