Uniformed Fire Officers Association: Faulty 911 processing system caused dispatch error during Spuyten-Duyvil derailment

Four passengers were killed and 59 injured in

Four passengers were killed and 59 injured in the crash last year. (May 22, 2014 6:15 PM)

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The Uniformed Fire Officers Association says problems with the city's faulty 911 processing system caused a dispatch error during the fatal Spuyten-Duyvil train derailment.

The union claims the error mistakenly sent eight fire trucks to a small apartment building and not the site of the derailment.

Four people died as a result of the crash.

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