NEW YORK (AP) -- Federal regulators, reacting to a deadly derailment that they blame on an engineer's sleepiness, considered proposals Wednesday that call for better training for doctors in identifying and treating sleep disorders.
The revelation that a New York City commuter train derailed while barreling into a sharp curve at nearly three times the speed limit is fueling questions about whether automated crash-avoidance technology could have prevented the deadly disaster.
Two data recorders retrieved from the commuter train that derailed while rounding a riverside curve, killing four people and injuring dozens, a member of the National Transportation Safety Board said Monday.
The derailment of eight Metro North passenger cars in the Bronx on Sunday morning has killed at least 4, injured several dozen and will have an effect on Amtrak service on a traditionally busy travel day.
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