4 Killed and 63 wounded in the New York train accident

Officials said that at least four people were killed and 63 others, including 11 in critical condition when the train came out of the track in the suburbs of New York on Sunday and seven carriages derailed fell.

A spokesman for Metro-North's transport authority in the state of New York said the incident occurred at the seventh and a third morning when a wide curve on the track after about 100 meters from the station Spuyten Duyvil in the Bronx.
A spokesman for the Fire Department in New York City said that 4 people died and 11 people were in critical condition and six in serious condition, but their lives are not in danger, although 46 other minor injuries.
And Transport Authority in New York said that the train, which was heading to the south toward Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan, was carrying about 150 passengers, the time of the accident, which represents almost half of its capacity.

The wagon and at least one of the carriages was upside down near the water in the area where the river meets the Hudson and Harlem.
It has not yet issued any official statement regarding the causes of the accident.

Police divers were seen in the water near the site of the incident and had dozens of firefighters working at the site to eject passengers from the wreckage. Marjorie Anders of Metro North Said that it had not drop any of the passengers in the water.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo after inspecting the crash site said officials from the National Transportation Safety Board were sent to the site and will be conducting a thorough investigation.

A spokesman for the Fire Department of New York City mentioned that the injured are being transported to area hospitals.
And President Barack Obama was briefed on the incident and the White House official said that the president is solidary in his heart and his calls for with the friends of the victims and their relatives.

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