Transcript for Naval Academy Student Among Victims on Amtrak Train
Philadelphia with us. We're learning more at this hour about the victims. The naval academy student on his way home to see his family. Also, the father of two lost. So many at the end of their work days, a student going home. ABC's David Wright, also here in Philadelphia tonight. Reporter: Among the dead, Justin zemser, just two months past his 20th birthday. His mother's bride and joy. He was his high school valedictorian and was just finishing up his second year at the United States naval academy. He played football for Navy, wide receiver. And was headed home to rockaway beach at the end of the school year. His journey home, cut short. So many people take that train. Thousands every day. Moms and dads, daughters sand sons. Tonight, more people missing. Bob Gildersleeve Sr. Passing out pictures. Bobby is 6'4", blond hair, beautiful blue eyes. Reporter: Also missing, 39-year-old Rachel Jacobs. She texted her husband at quarter to 9:00 last night she just caught the train. That's the last anyone heard from her. A CEO of a Philadelphia tech startup, she's been commuting from New York. Friends have been searching the hospitals in vain. I think we're in the -- just try to find her mode, without thinking of the worst case scenario right now. Reporter: 48-year-old Jim Gaines, a married father of two, was in D.C. On a quick trip for work at the associated press. A job he did with contagious passion. The A.P. Recently named him geek of the month. Gaines was the patient who died overnight here at temple university hospital. David, at this hour, 23 people remain hospitalized here at temple. Eight of them critical. But the doctors say they're optimistic that all of them will pull through. David?
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