New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday afternoon that the train crash at the Hoboken terminal was not a deliberate act, as far as investigators know. “We have no indication that this is anything other than a tragic accident,” Christie said, adding that at least 108 people were injured, some critically, and one person who was standing on a platform was killed. All train service in and out of the Hoboken station was immediately suspended after the crash, which occurred just before 9:00 a.m. in rush hour. Many passengers were believed to have been trapped inside the jam-packed train cars after it tore through the terminal.
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