Scores injured in Metro-North Railroad crash
More than 60 people were injured after two Metro-North Railroad commuter trains collided during rush hour Friday evening near New York City.
An estimated 700 passengers were on board the two trains that collided just outside Bridgeport, Connecticut, according to New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority. According to MTA, the crash occurred after a train that left New York’s Grand Central Station en route to Connecticut derailed and was hit head-on by another train.
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