Train accident was driving too fast

Train accident was driving too fast

World October 6, 2016 22:15

hoboken - The passenger train crashed last Thursday on a drive drove at the time of the accident more than twice as fast as allowed in the American Hoboken. Why is not clear. That researchers have found, according to US media Thursday.

The researchers looked at the black boxes of the train. The vehicle came with almost 40 kilometers per hour (21 miles) drive hurtling inside while just over 16 kilometers per hour (10 miles) is permitted. The driver pulled out a second before the train on the platform at the end of the rails drove to the emergency brake.

250 passengers were on the train. There was a dead: the 34 year old Fabiola who was married to Dutchman Daan the Crown. She stood was waiting on the platform. Over a hundred people were injured.

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