Service at damaged station to resume after crash
NEWARK, N.J. - Rail service at a New Jersey transit station damaged after a deadly train crash will resume next week.
New Jersey Transit says a portion of the Hoboken Terminal will reopen Monday morning.
Investigators say the train was traveling twice the speed limit when it crashed into the station Sept. 29, killing a woman on the platform and injuring more than 100 people.
Service on the commuter line into the busy station that connects travelers to trains headed for New York City has been out since.
The damaged train wasn't removed until Thursday. It was towed away to undergo further examination.
NJ Transit said Friday that Tracks 1 to 9 will remain out of service, while Tracks 10 to 17 will open.
The transit agency says specific time information will be released Friday night.
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