Health Official Gives Updates on Injuries From NJ Transit Crash

Twenty-two patients were treated and are in stable condition at CarePoint Health Hospital in Hoboken.
0:59 | 09/29/16

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Morning. And we are notified that there is casual and that happened but it shouldn't. Me immediately turned on all of our code tree honors which is our external faster horses. People reported to emergency department we were prepared with. And nurses and prepared for it and in that time we received twenty education from act and bond breezy and walking wounded and laceration. And and fractures as well. We treated everybody everybody is in stable condition. At bank acted with their family members at the end. Other family members calling and trying to look for air they are loved one. We've connected them with the transit hot line to make sure that they can be communicated with their loved ones which everyone is if at that time. Emergency department hospital in stable condition and an average patient had been treated gore and it is me.

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