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A commuter train operated by Metro-North derailed early on Sunday morning, sending seven passenger cars toppling off tracks and nearly plunging them into the conjunction of the Harlem and Hudson rivers. (See photo on left). Four people were killed and 67 were injured.

The train, which was traveling from Poughkeepsie and carrying about 150 customers, jumped the tracks at a curve near the Spuyten Duyvil Station in the Bronx, just a few miles north of its destination at Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal.

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