Investigators Seek Cause of New York City Ferry Crash That Injured At Least 70

At least 70 people were injured, two critically, when a high-speed commuter ferry slammed into a dock near New York's financial district during rush hour this morning. The impact tore a large gash in the bow of the 130.6-feet-long ferry, which was operated by Seastreak, a private company. At the time of the accident, the vessel was carrying 326 people, including five crew members, from Highlands, N.J., to Wall Street when it hit the dock at Pier 11 just before 9 a.m. today. "I was half...Full Story
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