One black box wasn’t working, another is still stuck among debris, and the train engineer has no recollection of the crash.
Months before last week’s fatal train crash in Hoboken, New Jersey Transit was flagged for dozens of safety violations, an official said.
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.
Investigators on Saturday interviewed the engineer of a New Jersey commuter train that smashed into a Hoboken station this week, killing one person and injuring 108, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a statement. The ...
Recorder wasn't operating during the train’s last deadly run, authorities said.