NTSB calls for new MTA safety measures in wake of December's deadly Metro-North derailment

December's derailment killed four people and injured dozens.

December's derailment killed four people and injured dozens. (February 18, 2014 4:48 PM)

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The NTSB is calling on the MTA to put new safety measures in place in the wake of December's fatal Metro-North derailment.

The Hudson Line train, headed to Grand Central Station, derailed near the Spuyten Duyvil station in the Bronx. Four passengers were killed and dozens were injured. Investigators say the train was going 82 mph in area where the speed limit was 30 mph. 

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