(HOBOKEN, N.J.) — A second black box and front-facing video footage have been recovered from the front car of the New Jersey Transit commuter train that crashed in Hoboken last week, a government source tells ABC News.
The two items could hold key pieces of information for the National Transportation Safety Board’s investigation.
One woman was killed and more than a hundred were injured when the commuter train crashed into the station on Thursday.
The first event recorder located in the rear of the train, recovered on Sunday by federal investigators, is not functional.
Investigators were force to wait until the area around the front car, the controlling cab, was safe before they could access the second event recorder and front facing camera.
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