1-27-05 - GLENDALE, Calif. (AP) Fire crews in Glendale, California, plan to go through the wreckage of two commuter trains again this morning, searching for one person still missing in the debris.
Eleven people were killed in yesterday's crash.
Police say prosecutors plan to file multiple murder charges against a suicidal man they say caused the wreck. They say the man parked his SUV on the tracks with the intent of killing himself, but got out just before the train hit.
A sheriff tells tell CBS' "The Early Show" that the man "was rather astounded himself as to what the outcome was" when the train hit his Jeep Cherokee.
Beyond the eleven killed, nearly 200 people were injured.
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