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I can only speculate it was a medical condition like a heart attack or something. Larson saw the train hit the bumper block at the end of the track, then go airborne. The top of the car hit the overhanging roof above the platform, which then crushed the first half of the front car. The car roof was sandwiched down to the level of the seats, he said. Some bystanders crawled on their hands and knees to help people out, he said. principles of medical interviewPeople had a lot of bad cuts. One lady had a full-length slice on her leg. Rick Ciappa, a safety inspector for NJ Transit, was working in the station when the train crashed and rushed to help a woman on the ground. She had that death look in her eyes, Ciappa said. I think most people who got hurt werent on the train. They were going by, having their coffee, going to the PATH, going to the ferry. Nancy Solomon, managing editor of New Jersey Public Radio, arrived at the Hoboken station on another train moments after the Pascack Valley Line train crashed. She saw people with cuts on their faces. Some were bruised, others were limping or held their arms.
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