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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / Train Derailment / Passenger. Physician Accounts #1083492

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 13, 2015
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(Philadelphia: Anderson Cooper) The Amtrak train in Philadelphia re-introduced. Live interview held with passengers Max & Joan Helfman about the wreck. [HELFSMANS - describe their physical condition, what happened when the train crashed, helping people get out of the car, how she was hit by luggage, the scene inside the car.]

(Philadelphia: Anderson Cooper) The region search for victims noted; photos shown of four passengers, who died. Live interview held with Temple University Hospital CMO Dr. Herb Cushing about handling accident victims. [CUSHING - talks about calling in more trauma teams to handle train victims & the kind of injuries, mostly fractures.]

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