Train Derails In Connecticut Injuring At Least 60

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FAIRFIELD, CT (KTVI) – At least 29 people were treated at hospitals after two Metro-North passenger trains collided during rush hour in southwestern Connecticut, hospital officials said.

The governor of Connecticut stated in a press conference at least 60 people were injured, five of those are in critical condition.

Amtrak said it had suspended travel between New York and Boston. Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch said travel headaches could persist for weeks.

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