New York City train derailment caused $9 million in damage: NTSB

 Thursday, January 23, 2014

 Reuters

A New York commuter train derailment that killed four people in December caused more than $9 million in damage, the National Transportation Safety Board said on Tuesday. A preliminary report issued by the federal agency found the train’s signal system, brakes and other mechanical equipment were functioning normally when all seven of its cars derailed in the Bronx. The finding may bolster allegations that train engineer William Rockefeller, 46, was to blame for the crash.
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