Sarah Blustain arrived at the Hoboken Terminal at 8:47 this morning, just two minutes after New Jersey Transit train 1614 on the Pascack Valley Line jumped a rail bumper and crashed through the terminal wall. The ceiling of the terminal had already collapsed. “I saw one woman who was seriously injured,” Blustain said, along with many people with more minor injuries. Within the hour, officials would report that one person was killed and more than a hundred were injured.
National Transportation Safety Board investigators have recovered the event recorder from the train that crashed into a rail station in New Jersey.
The morning commute via Hoboken is part back-to-normal after Thursday’s train crash and part still a mess.
A commuter train has crashed into the reception area of Hoboken station in New Jersey, US, killing one person and injuring 108 others.
HOBOKEN. At least three dead, hundreds injured as rush hour train crashes into New Jersey rail station. “Preliminary reports suggest the crash involving train No. 1614 on the Pascack Valley Line was accidental or caused by operator...