Black box still looking after train disaster Hoboken

Black box still looking after train disaster Hoboken

World September 30, 2016 19:09

hoboken - The research team is trying to determine the cause of the train accident in the US city of Hoboken is still looking for a second black box that is buried under the rubble.

The train with 250 passengers was driving Thursday in the morning at high speed near the station in New York, by yet unexplained cause. Thereby got a 34-year-old woman on the platform for the killed and over a hundred people injured.

The station was closed Friday for all rail traffic. Daily use about 60 000 passengers the station. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which are investigating the circumstances, expects seven to ten days to reach an initial conclusion.

Meanwhile recovered a black box. The second one is in the front rail car, but the investigators because of danger of collapse could still not reach. The crash collapsed part of the roof of the station and there was a big mess.

The NTSB expects to have sat so far with the clean-up work that the missing black box can be salvaged.

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