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'I saw the body': NJ crash witnesses describe bloody scene

HOBOKEN, N.J., Sept 29 (Reuters) - New Jersey Transit train No. 1614 headed south from Spring Valley, New York, shortly before 7:30 a.m., and for 16 stops it was a typical weekday morning commute for hundreds of passengers. But around 8:45 a.m., as the train approached its final destination in Hoboken, which sits on the Hudson River facing Manhattan, Linda Albelli, 62, realized from her seat in the rear of the train that something was not right.
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