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Cause of Connecticut train crash: Debris on the track? (+video)

An investigation is underway to determine what caused a New Haven-bound train to collide with a New York City-bound train in Connecticut on Friday night. Dozens were hospitalized following the crash on what is the busiest rail line in America, serving 125,000 commuters daily. 

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, as well as officials are from the NTSB briefed reporters Saturday morning on a major train crash left dozens hurt.
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Federal investigators on Saturday searched for the cause of a rush-hour train crash in Connecticut that injured dozens of people commuting home from New York City, three of them critically.

More than 60 people were hospitalized Friday night after an eastbound commuter train derailed and collided with a westbound passenger train on an adjacent track near the Connecticut suburb of Fairfield.

Eight people remained hospitalized on Saturday, three in critical condition, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy said.

 

The collision of the Metro-North trains forced Amtrak to shut down service indefinitely between New York and Boston.

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