Metro-North sued for $30M over worker’s death

 Monday, January 27, 2014

 Newsday

The widow of a Metro-North worker who was struck and killed by a train last May filed a lawsuit Friday seeking $30 million from the railroad. The lawsuit accusing the railroad of negligence was filed in federal court in Connecticut by Hannah Luden, the widow of Robert Luden. A 52-year-old track foreman, Luden was killed on May 28 by a passenger train in West Haven, Conn.
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