If Francisco Jose Garzon Amo weren't the most reviled man in Spain already, today's latest revelation might cinch it: Investigators say the driver in last week's deadly accident was on the phone when his speeding train went off the rails, reports the BBC. At least it doesn't appear to be a personal call—he was talking to an official at rail company Renfe, reports AP. But he apparently was "consulting a paper document" instead of watching the tracks. He applied the brakes moments before the crash, but given that the train was traveling twice the speed limit at nearly 100mph, it wasn't enough. Garzon has been charged with negligent homicide.