"I hope that nobody feels the way I do right now, you know, I just can't describe what I'm feeling. It's just something big, something big that we weren't expecting to be happening to my little sister," said Miguel Magdaleno, the victim's brother.
The Magdaleno family said they blame the rail agency for failing to provide adequate safety controls.
Miguel Magdaleno said his sister was sitting in the first passenger car when the trains collided.
Aida Magdaleno was the youngest of five siblings.