Rescuers untangling Japan's worst train crash in decades uncovered more bodies today, raising the death toll to 95. Dozens of people were still missing.
A probe into possible negligence by West Japan Railway has focused on the actions of the 23-year-old driver, his lack of experience and suspicions that the train was speeding before it derailed and slammed into an apartment building Monday.
Rescuers found at least 17 bodies today, police said. They also found a body seated at the front of the train. It was believed to be the driver, Ryujiro Takami.
Investigators said they had found the train's "black box," a computer chip that stores information about the train's speed in the seconds before an accident.
National broadcaster NHK reported that police suspected the train was going 65 mph when it hit the curve where it derailed -- above the 43-mph speed limit.