The driver in the first interview: I felt I had beaten six people to death

For the first time since the fatal train crash on the great belt Bridge the 2. January says the driver from the Deutsche Bahn freight trains themselves. This

The driver in the first interview: I felt I had beaten six people to death

For the first time since the fatal train crash on the great belt Bridge the 2. January says the driver from the Deutsche Bahn freight trains themselves.

This is an interview with Radio4, where he put words on his conscience.

the Driver, Thomas, who did not want his last name published in the media, led the freight train, where a godstrailer tore herself loose and cut open a oncoming DSB-trains up in the middle of the bridge between Zealand and Funen.

Eight people died.

In the interview with Radio4 retells the driver, how he reacted after the accident.

"I have been reasonably collected throughout the day," he says.

But the facade broke down, when he late in the day finally came home to his wife.

"as soon As I step inside and close the door, stortuder I just. I can't hold it back. I can't accommodate it," says Thomas.

the Driver let go and cried out in ten minutes. Subsequently he called to his younger brother and told him a violent message.

"I say to him: I just just turned six people to death. The feeling I had."

Deep down inside, he knew well that it was not him personally, who had slain six people to death.

"But I was in an accident that claimed the lives of six people, and at the time I felt guilty," says Thomas. Subsequently the death toll rose to eight.

Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 02:00

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