Human error led to Germany train crash, say prosecutors

  • Prosecutors have blamed human error for the deadly train crash in Germany. According to media reports at least 11 people were killed and dozens injured when two commuter trains collided on a single-track stretch of railway in Bavaria.  Prosecutors said that a 39-year-old area controller opened the track to the two trains and tried to warn the drivers.  It has been reported that the man may be charged with involuntary manslaughter. He could face up to five years in jail.