Investigators have no explanation yet for the catastrophic NJ Transit train crash that killed one woman and injured 114 people Thursday morning. So far officials have only acknowledged that the train was traveling at a high rate of speed when it arrived at Hoboken Terminal at 8:45 a.m. and proceeded to plow through the concrete and metal barrier at the end of the track. According to some witnesses, the front of the train became airborne as it crashed into the station.
About 100 people were injured when a New Jersey Transit train crashed into a station on Thursday morning, the authorities said; rail service was suspended into and out of the station.
Adrianus de Kroon and his family had moved to Hoboken, N.J., from Brazil not long ago. On Thursday, his wife was killed when a train crash caused a portion of the station’s ceiling to collapse, officials said.
A deadly New Jersey Transit train crash this week has renewed questions about Republican Governor Chris Christie’s hard-nosed approach to a public transit funding crisis, even as he announced a compromise on Friday to pay for long-d...
The woman who died in Thursday's Hoboken train crash had just dropped her 1-year-old daughter off at day care and was reportedly on her way to Manhattan to search for a new apartment when she was killed in the station. [ more › ]