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NJ: Hoboken Train Crash: Engineer Claims he Was Going at Speed Limit, NTSB Says

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.
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