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CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 01, 2016
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Amtrak is trying to figure out what hit a high speed a slow train last night in Philadelphia. Whatever it was it gashed a window and the train was taken out of service. Nobody was hurt. This is eerily similar though to last May when a commuter train was hit by something just before an Amtrak regional train crashed in Philadelphia. That crash killed eight and injured nearly 200. And today federal investigators gave us an update on their investigation. Here's Kris Van Cleave newly released picture...
Reporter(s):
Kris Van Cleave
Duration:
00:02:20

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