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Top Trenders: Train Driver Charged with 79 Counts of Homicide

The driver of a train that crashed and killed 79 people in Spain has been charged with 79 counts of homicide.
Here are your Top Trenders this morning!

NUMBER 5 - TROPICAL STORM FLOSSIE
Tropical Storm Flossie is headed for the Hawaiian islands.
Today the storm is expected to bring high surf, strong winds, and heavy rain.
Sunday, people headed out to stock up on essentials like water, batteries, and gas.
Governor Neil Abercrombie signed an emergency proclamation ahead of the storm.
This will clear the way for authorities to prepare.

NUMBER 4 - KIDD KRADDICK DIES
Nationally syndicated radio host David "Kidd" Kraddick died Saturday at the age of 53.
Kraddick was in New Orleans at a golf tournament to raise money for his Kidd's Kids charity.
The non-profit raises money to send kids with chronic and terminal illnesses to Disney World.
His morning show, Kidd Kraddick in the Morning, aired in nearly 100 cities.
It is unknown what caused his death at this time.

NUMBER 3 - TRAIN DRIVER CHARGED
The cleanup continues at the site of Spain's greatest railway tragedy in decades.
The driver of the train, Francisco Jose Garzon, was charged with 79 counts of "homicide by professional recklessness," one for each of the people killed in the crash.
Authorities are focusing on whether the high-speed train was traveling too fast when it rounded a curve, hit a concrete wall and flipped on its side.

NUMBER  2 - HUDSON RIVER TRAGEDY
A wedding boat party to celebrate the upcoming nuptials of a young couple, ended tragically on the Hudson River when their boat crashed into a construction barge Friday night.
Two people, the bride-to-be and best man, were thrown overboard and killed.
The husband-to-be suffered head injuries, but survived.
Police have arrested the driver of the boat, Jojo K. John.
They believe he was intoxicated at the time.

NUMBER 1 - WEINER CAMPAIGN MANAGER QUITS
Another setback for embattled New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner.
Weiner's campaign manager Danny Kedeem is calling it quits.
Weiner offered no reason for the departure, but it follows his admission last week that he exchanged lewd chats and photos with women online, even after leaving Congress in disgrace in 2011 over the same thing.
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