The National Transportation Safety Board released Thursday its preliminary report on the investigation of the Sept. 29, 2016, accident involving New Jersey Transit train 1614 at the Hoboken Terminal, Hoboken, New Jersey.
Victims who were severely injured in the crash may not need to wait for the National Transportation Safety Board to determine what caused the accident. Under the law, victims are likely to win, the experts said.
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.
Federal investigators said the New Jersey Transit train crashed at 21 mph in a "large flash" seen on train video in the accident that killed...
The brakes were removed from the wreckage of the New Jersey Transit train by the National Transportation Safety Board and were tested. The agency says they worked as designed.