The NJ Transit engineer in the middle of the high-speed Hoboken train wreck kept a low profile one day later.
The engineer of the NJ Transit train that crashed in Hoboken, New Jersey, on Thursday told investigators he has no memory of the impact, the National Transportation Safety Board said during a news conference on Sunday.
Investigators probing the deadly train crash at Hoboken Terminal have recovered the final black box, officials said.
The long-delayed technology to prevent accidents like the Hoboken NJ Transit wreck remains absent from all of the commuter line’s trains.
A NJ Transit train was doing double the speed limit when it plowed into the Hoboken Terminal, killing a woman and injuring over 100 others.