Research team looking for black box train accident Hoboken
The research team that tries to the circumstances of the train accident in the U.s. city of Hoboken to establish, is still looking for a second black box among the debris buried.
The train with 250 passengers rode Thursday in the morning rush hour with high-speed station near New York inside, by as yet unclear cause.
This was a 34-year-old woman on the platform to life and became more than a hundred people injured.
The station was Friday for all the trains closed. Every day, about 60,000 passengers to the station. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), which is the reason examine, expect seven to ten days are necessary to have in order to a conclusion.
Now is one black box recovered. The second copy is located in the front carriage, but it was not the officers because was about to collapse. By the collision collapsed part of the roof of the station, and there was a big mess.
The NTSB is expected Saturday so far with the cleanup efforts that the missing black box can be salvaged.
Video: amateur images of the plane after the train accident in Hoboken