The driver of the train that crashed and killed 78 people in Spain will not appear before a judge today, according to Spanish judicial authorities.
The plan is to wait for Francisco Jose Garzon to be able to appear in court, rather than have a judge come to his hospital bedside, said a justice department statement.
Garzon is under police guard in a hospital, on suspicion of "recklessness" while driving the train.
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