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N.J. Transit Engineer Has No Memory of Fatal Train Crash, Officials Say

The engineer, Thomas Gallagher, also told investigators that the train was traveling about 10 miles an hour when it entered Hoboken Terminal, contradicting initial reports that it was moving faster.
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