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this train crash killed eleven people in Germany in February now it's been revealed one of the signal controllers in charge have been playing a game on his mobile phone is not being detained the head on collision with Germany biggest train crash since nineteen ninety eight the trains are traveling at high speed and caring about a hundred and fifty passengers investigators found the controller turned on his whereabouts ensuring his shift started an online computer game and played actively until just before the collision , the prosecutor's office said he gave the trains an incorrect signal and then pick the wrong buttons when giving a distress signal that meant it wasn't hurt by the conductors , they controlled it denies being distracted he could face charges of causing death through negligence