Four people were killed and 63 injured on Sunday morning when a passenger train derailed in the Bronx.
The Metro-North train started its journey in Poughkeepsie and was headed for Grand Central. It was not scheduled to make a stop at the Spuyten Duyvil station near where it derailed around 7:30 and slid towards the Harlem River.
Passenger Frank Tatulli told WABC-TV that the train appeared to be moving “a lot faster” than usual.
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