Passengers in train crash can reclaim personal items

Passengers in train crash can recover individual items
HOBOKEN — Starting Monday, passengers who were on Train 1614 when it crashed in Hoboken last month can obtain personal products they might have lost or left. NJ Transit stated Sunday night that guests must go to the Customer Service Workplace at Hoboken Terminal, which will resume Monday, to declare any personal belongings they might have left behind Sept. 29. The train was eliminated from the station on Thursday. “The majority of the products were recovered from the scene however some products might …
LIRR line re-opens in time for early morning commute following crash
Full service was restored to the Long Island Rail Road Monday afternoon after the last remnants of a Saturday night train derailment in Nassau County were cleared by crews. Cuomo revealed the Ronkonkoma, Port Jefferson and Oyster Bay branches were back online after crews cleared the second of 2 tracks east of New Hyde Park that had been offline considering that Saturday’s derailment. The first track was reopened at 4:15 a.m. Monday, in time for the morning rush hour, though there were still substantial …Read full story

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