Spanish train crash aftermath

Updated 1123 GMT (1923 HKT) July 30, 2013
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Spain's Princess Elena, left, Princess Letizia and Prince Felipe attend a funeral Mass for the victims of a train derailment at a cathedral in Santiago de Compostela on Monday July 29. At least 79 people have been confirmed dead in the July 24 crash in northwest Spain. Diego Crespo/AP
Prince Felipe expresses his condolences to a family of the victims of the train accident during the funeral July 29. Xunta de Galicia handout/epa/landov
A woman kneels on July 29 in the cathedral. Gonzalo Arroyo/Getty Images
People carry the coffin of a victim in Ciudad Real, Spain, on July 29. MARIANO CIEZA MORENO/EPA/LANDOv
A woman prays at the main gate of Santiago de Compostela Cathedral on Sunday, July 28. The crash occurred on the eve of a public holiday, when more people than usual may have been traveling in the region. Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images
A man and child survey a memorial including a Galician flag on July 28. Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images
Eighteen-year-old Stephen Ward rests outside a church in Madrid on Saturday, July 27. Ward, from Utah, was among the survivors of the deadly train crash. Andres Kudacki/AP
People carry the coffin of a victim at the San Pedro de Visma cemetery in A Coruna, Spain, on July 27. Lalo R. Villar/AP
A man leaves his cane next to candles in memory of the train crash victims on Friday, July 26, in Santiago de Compostela. David Ramos/Getty Images
A woman looks over the scene from a bridge on July 26. David Ramos/Getty Image