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The Latest: Investigators contend sight organisation ‘very cooperative’

HOBOKEN, N.J. — The Latest on a commuter sight that crashed into a hire in New Jersey, murdering one chairman and injuring some-more than 100 others (all times local):

7:20 p.m.

The National Transportation Safety Board says it appreciates that organisation members of a sight endangered in a lethal New Jersey pile-up have been “very cooperative.”

NTSB investigators contend they’ve contacted a train’s operative though have hold off doubt him since of his injuries and have struggled to lift clues from a train’s information recorders.

Engineer Thomas Gallagher has been a New Jersey Transit operative for about 18 years. He was pulled from a disadvantage Thursday and was quickly hospitalized. He hasn’t oral publicly.

Authorities wish to know because a commuter sight crushed by a steel-and-concrete fender during a Hoboken (HOH’-boh-kehn) Terminal and hurtled into a watchful area, murdering a Brazilian lady on a height and injuring some-more than 100 other people.

More than 100,000 people use NJ Transit to invert from New Jersey to New York City any day. The NJ Transit apportionment of a Hoboken hire remained sealed Friday, negligence commutes.

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5:30 p.m.

Federal investigators contend a examine into a sight that crashed into a rail hire in New Jersey is in a fact-gathering proviso and it might be adult to dual days before there is full entrance to a site.

Bella Dinh-Zarr, a clamp chair for a National Transportation Safety Board, says Friday that investigators are operative on a series of avenues, including collecting annals and confidence video from Hoboken Terminal and creation hit with sight passengers and others on a platform.

Dinh-Zarr says there is copiousness to be finished even though entrance to a cars, that is being hindered by a depressed canopy and waste during a site.

A New Jersey Transit sight rammed into a depot on Thursday morning, murdering a lady on a height and injuring some-more than 100 other people.

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4:55 p.m.

A U.S. supervision central says a operative of a sight that crashed into a hire in New Jersey has answered questions and been mild with investigators.

The central also pronounced Friday that operative Thomas Gallagher’s blood and urine have been sent for testing, though formula aren’t nonetheless available.

The central isn’t certified to speak about a ongoing sovereign review and spoke to The Associated Press on a condition of anonymity.

Gallagher’s New Jersey Transit sight rammed into a Hoboken Terminal on Thursday morning, murdering a lady on a height and injuring some-more than 100 other people.

Investigators from a National Transportation Safety Board have recovered a recorder from a behind of a train. They were still operative to entrance a second redeem that would have entrance to a forward-facing camera.

— Associated Press author Michael Balsamo in Hoboken contributed to this report.

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3:35 p.m.

Federal investigators are seeking anyone who witnessed a lethal sight pile-up in New Jersey to get in hold with them.

The New Jersey Transit sight rammed into a Hoboken Terminal on Thursday morning, murdering a lady on a height and injuring some-more than 100 other people.

The National Transportation Safety Board pronounced Friday that accounts from people who were aboard a sight or hire on a height can assistance them learn some-more about what happened.

Investigators are operative to establish what caused a crash.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says a usually thing famous so distant is that a sight came into a hire too fast.

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2:15 p.m.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he’s been told a review into a lethal sight pile-up during a Hoboken hire could take during slightest 7 to 10 days.

Christie says a usually thing transparent so distant is that a sight came into a hire too quick before crashing by barriers and interlude opposite a depot building. One lady was killed and some-more than 100 other people were hurt.

Contractors were operative to column adult a canopy Friday so investigators could safely get to a front car.

Sixteen people harmed in a pile-up remained hospitalized Friday. Thirteen patients were during a Jersey City Medical Center, including dual in complete care.

Two patients remained during Hoboken University Medical Center. One studious was in satisfactory condition during St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center.

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12:40 p.m.

Fifteen people harmed when a sight crashed into a rail hire in New Jersey are still hospitalized.

A orator for a Jersey City Medical Center pronounced Friday that 13 patients sojourn there, including dual in complete care. Those patients are in rhythmical condition, that is a step above vicious condition.

Mark Rabson says 11 patients are approaching to go home Friday.

A orator for Hoboken University Medical Center says dual of a 23 patients that came there indispensable to stay overnight.

The condition of a studious who had been during a third sanatorium wasn’t immediately known.

Investigators are operative to establish what caused a crash.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says that a usually thing that is famous so distant is that a sight came into a hire too fast.

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10:30 a.m.

The National Transportation Safety Board says investigators are carrying difficulty extracting a recorder from a forward-facing camera on a sight that crashed into a rail hire in New Jersey.

NTSB media orator Christopher O’Neill pronounced Friday that investigators are struggling to collect a recorder from a disadvantage in Hoboken though deleterious it.

He says that recorder should uncover what was forward of a sight before it crashed Thursday during morning rush hour.

The NTSB also recovered a eventuality information recorder that should exhibit what inputs were done to sight controls. Investigators also recovered an eventuality recorder that should tell them how quick a New Jersey Transit commuter sight was going when it slammed into a terminal, murdering a lady on a height and injuring some-more than 100 other people.

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7:45 a.m.

National Transportation Safety Board investigators have recovered a eventuality recorder from a sight that crashed into a rail hire in New Jersey.

They’re anticipating a recorder will tell them how quick a New Jersey Transit commuter sight was going when it slammed into a Hoboken Terminal on Thursday morning, murdering a lady on a height and injuring some-more than 100.

Investigators also devise to talk a operative and other organisation members.

They’re also perplexing to secure a pile-up site and safeguard it is protected for them to brush by a wreckage.

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7:30 a.m.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says investigators in a sight pile-up during a rail hire in New Jersey have ruled out terrorism and should have some answers soon.

He told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe so distant there’s “no suspicions of terrorism or tainted play, anything of that nature,”

When asked about a confidence of a U.S. sight complement in general, Johnson says Transportation Security Administration has stepped adult a rail reserve efforts notwithstanding a primary concentration on aviation.

He says a group also has to be endangered about trains, open transportation, and open events.

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6:50 a.m.

Commuters are returning to work by roads, rails and stream one day after a sight crashed into a rail hire in New Jersey.

New York Waterway on Friday resumed use from a Hoboken Rail/Ferry Terminal and is usurpation New Jersey Transit tickets into Manhattan.

NJ Transit’s rail use stays dangling in and out of Hoboken while officials examine what caused Thursday’s crash, that killed a lady and harmed some-more than 100. They also are assessing a constructional repairs to a terminal.

PATH and Hudson-Bergen Light Rail use has resumed from Hoboken. There is stretched sight service.

The Main, Bergen and Pascack Valley lines are handling on a weekend schedule, imagining and terminating in Secaucus.

Metro-North is honoring all Pascack Valley Line and Port Jervis Line rail tickets and a MTA is using buses.

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12:30 a.m.

Federal investigators are sifting by a disadvantage of a sight pile-up in New Jersey to establish what happened before a sight barreled by a hire too fast, outstanding by a concrete-and-steel bumper.

A 34-year-old mom was killed by descending waste during a pile-up Thursday and some-more than 100 others were injured.

Investigators from a National Transportation Safety Board will be attempting to establish how quick a commuter sight was going when it crashed during a bustling Hoboken hire and belligerent to a hindrance in a watchful area.

Among a questions confronting investigators is either a complement designed to forestall accidents by major a operative and automatically negligence or interlude trains that are going too quick could have helped if it had been commissioned on a line.

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