RABAT (Reuters) - A train that crashed in Morocco on Oct. 16, killing at least seven people, was traveling at more than twice the speed limit on the part of the track where it derailed, a regional prosecutor said.
The crash, in which 125 other passengers were injured, occurred on a busy coastal line about 15 km (10 miles) north of the capital Rabat.
The train, which connected Kenitra to Rabat and the commercial hub of Casablanca, was traveling at 158 km (98 miles) per hour - well over the 60 km speed limit, the prosecutor told a court in Sale near Rabat.
The driver has been arrested.
Reporting by Ahmed Eljechtimi; editing by Richard Balmforth