New Video From Commuter Train Derailment

Commuters face major headaches Monday as investigation of Connecticut crash continues.
1:59 | 05/19/13

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A morning headache and much of the country -- another train off the tracks tonight to this weekend. Amtrak train derailing your Chicago's Union Station today a 197 passengers were on board the train from New Orleans no one was hurt. But this comes just as we get new -- tonight from the moments after the derailment Friday night that train from New York to Connecticut and the struggle to save the injured. ABC's deal but he -- tonight with those pictures and -- -- those tracks will not be up and running for sometime to come. The moment of impact captured by teenagers skateboarding near the accident site. All -- the big -- behind me over there. And -- the big dust cloud Bryan Alvarez and his friends got up close and saw the aftermath. The trash collector but this bomb -- -- Jesus Gil is that this is not -- the feeling that Friday night. A metro north commuter train from New York City to New Haven, Connecticut. 300 passengers. Another train coming in the opposite direction with 400 passengers on board then hit that Dee rail train. At least seventy people were injured. Into the police are coming everybody's -- -- In this video obtained by ABC news we see the chaos and confusion but also who rushed to help the passengers on board. One woman unable to walk is pulled out -- baby in the. You hear about these stories icon on the television sales volume and not felt that well -- Actually live in feet -- documented it's like a whole different thing to defeat. Earlier today all of the train cars were removed. Investigators are sending a broken piece of rail to be analyzed that a government left it could have been cause. By the accident itself could have been broken prior to the accident. Tonight all eyes are on the Monday morning commute here at Grand Central Terminal in New York. The 30000 people who rely on metro north New Haven line we'll have to -- a new way to travel. And that's because parts of those tracks will be shut down for days David.

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