National Transportation Safety Board & New York City

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an independent U.S. government investigative agency responsible for civil transportation accident investigation. New York is the most populous city in the United States and the center of the New York Metropolitan Area, one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world. 3.0/5

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A commuter train derailed Sunday morning as it hurtled around a sharp curve in New York City, killing four passengers and injuring dozens of others who were tossed around like rag dolls. Officials said at least 63 other people were injured when all seven cars of the Metro-North Commuter Railroad train jumped the tracks as it was rounding a curve about 100 yards from a stop. Fire officials said that as many as 11 of the injured were "critical" and that six were in "serious condition." Cars that were still on their sides were being uprighted to see whether there were any other casualties, said Earl Weener, lead investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board. - Advertise | AdChoices Initial reports said cars had gone into the Hudson River, but they narrowly avoided plunging into river. Police divers were in the frigid waters just in case, New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.
Six whistleblowers blow the lid on TWA flight 800 cover-up Wednesday, June 26, 2013 by: J. D. Heyes Tags: TWA, flight 800, cover-up (NaturalNews) The airline doesn't exist anymore but theories about what happened to one of its flights 17 years ago have simmered for years. Now, one of the most prominent of those theories has been thrust to the forefront by six former crash investigators who have come forward in a new documentary to challenge the "official" story. TWA Flight 800, a Boeing 747, took off from JFK International Airport in New York City with 230 people aboard on July 17, 1996, enroute to Paris. Moments later the aircraft exploded, raining debris and humanity off the coast of East Moriches, Long Island. Following a four-year investigation, the federal government's National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), TWA and others declared that the explosion of a fuel tank was caused by faulty wiring that had short-circuited. 'Initially, law enforcement officials believed it was a criminal act' Almost i ...
From the Shanghai Daily: Ex-investigators cite fresh proof missile hit jet Publish Time: 2013-06-21 00:51:54 FORMER US investigators want to reopen the probe into the 1996 crash of a Paris-bound jet off the coast of New York City, saying new evidence points to the often-discounted theory that a missile strike may have downed the flight. TWA Flight 800 crashed July 17, 1996, just minutes after the jetliner took off, killing all 230 people aboard. The effort to reopen the investigation is being made in tandem with next month's release of a documentary that features the testimony of former investigators, who raise doubts about the National Transportation Safety Board's conclusion that the crash was caused by a center fuel tank explosion, probably caused by a spark from a short-circuit in the wiring. "We don't know who fired the missile," said Jim Speer, an accident investigator for the Air Line Pilots Association, one of those seeking a new review of the probe. "But we have a lot more confidence that it was ...
FROM THE NEWSROOM: HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Several Connecticut officials are calling on the federal government to spend more on rail safety and reliability following a commuter train derailment near Bridgeport. Senators Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy, along with Congressman Jim Himes and Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch are talking with reporters today at the site of the May 17 accident. The National Transportation Safety Board says an eastbound train from New York City derailed during evening rush hour, came to a stop and was struck about 20 seconds later by a westbound train. About 700 people were on board and more than 70 people were injured. The rail safety agency is investigating, but has ruled out foul play.
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