Transcript for Dad of Missing Amtrak Passenger: 'I Can't Cry No More'
We spoke with guilders leads father outside of a hotel in downtown Philadelphia where the family has been waiting for any news he's a tax paying citizen. He's raising two children to go out into the world and make this a better place for everybody to live in. And his life may have been snuffed out guilders police children sixteen and thirteen. And elk region works eco lab technology firm in house his father says information from Amtrak has not been coming quickly enough well listen. Did the accident is you first crossed. OK and then everything that happens to you after the accident that's another deal. Getting information. From mantra that the poston number is just. You know fool's gold it don't work don't happen. Plus there appears to be some confusion among police. Rescue and Amtrak crews just had some very nice police office has come into the building to interview my daughter in law firm missing persons report. A missing persons report this accident was 930 last night the crash scene is catastrophic. Investigators say the train was traveling more than 100 miles an hour when it went off the tracks are sorting engineer Gary looks like. A decent fellow. What happened a decent fellow to a 106 miles and Allah. Around the fifty mile an hour limited terror and Maryland father missing and the last time anyone saw him with Penn Station in Baltimore. Boarding the doomed Amtrak train my son is missing. And my grandchildren a broken. And I'm cried out I can't cry no I wish I could. In my wife's heart is broken.
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