New York derailment kills 4, hurts dozens
A commuter train derailed in a curve in the New York borough of the Bronx, killing four people and leaving dozens hurt, investigators said. All seven passenger cars and the locomotive jumped the tracks near the Spuyten Duyvil station, about 10 miles north of Manhattan's Grand Central Terminal, the National Transportation Safety Board reported. Three of the dead were thrown out of the train as it "came off the track and was twisting and turning," New York Fire Department Chief Edward Kilduff told reporters.
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