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Safety officials launch probe into Connecticut train crash

Investigators descended on the site of a train crash that injured dozens in Connecticut. They're searching for clues about what may caused one of the trains to derail and crash into another. U.S. safety officials have lauched a probe into the incident. SOUNDBITE: Earl Weener, National Transportation Safety Board saying: "We will be looking at the braking performance of the train, the conditions of the wheels. We will be looking at the condition of the track and the railbed. We are looking at signaling information, downloading whatever data we can to ascertain whether or not they were operating properly. In terms of the train operation, we will be looking at how the crew behaved and how the crew operated the train." The crash during rushhour on Friday sent 60 people to the hospital. SOUNDBITE: Earl Weener, National Transportation Safety Board, Saying : "We will not be determining the probable cause of the accident while we're here on scene, nor

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