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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / Train Derailment / Mayor, Governor Interview #1083483

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 13, 2015
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(Philadelphia: Anderson Cooper) The investigation into the Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia introduced; inset video from the site & inside the train shown.

(Philadelphia: Anderson Cooper, Drew Griffin) The identification of the engineer as Brandon Bostian@, who has refused to answer questions, how fast the train was going discussed. [NTSB board member Robert SUMWALT@- talks about the engineer, who needs to convalesce before being interviewed.]

(Philadelphia: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Mayor Michael Nutter & Governor Tom Wolf about the train crash. [NUTTER - describes the scene of the accident, the check for passengers, the search area, the investigation of the engineer, train safety devices.] [WOLF - praises the responders.]

(Philadelphia: Anderson Cooper) Pictures of the wrecked train shown. [In interview, passenger Caleb BONHAM - describes what happened on the train & some injured people.]

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