A man who was on board a Metro-North train that slammed into a sport utility vehicle killing six people and injuring 15 others said he has no idea how he survived.
The woman whose was killed when a Metro-North train smashed into her sport-utility vehicle was getting ready to celebrate her 50th birthday, while an art museum curator and a Wall Street executive were among those killed on the train Tuesday.
Officials say 15 people remain hospitalized after a Metro-North train smashed into an SUV stopped on the tracks in Valhalla, killing five train riders and the car’s driver.
Because of an accident that caused a Metro-North Harlem Line train to erupt in flames and left seven people dead, the railroad has set up an alternate service plan for the Wednesday morning rush.
Six people were confirmed dead Tuesday evening, when a Metro-North struck a car and caught fire during the evening rush in Valhalla.
The Metro-North train accident and fire that left six people dead in Valhalla Tuesday followed a string of incidents that have led to demands for safety improvements on the railroad.
What a display of composure, fight and fine golf. And in the end, the best player in the game came through.
On a soggy day at Valhalla, Rory McIlroy put himself in a familiar position — at the top of the leaderboard in the PGA Championship.
The divide just keeps growing. There’s Rory McIlroy, looking like the man to beat at Valhalla. Then there’s Tiger Woods, now most concerned with making it to the weekend.
Looking much like a guy playing just his 11th competitive round since back surgery, Woods was spraying shots all over Valhalla on Thursday.
Tiger finally arrived at Valhalla on Wednesday, after three days of speculation about whether his ailing back would allow him to compete in the final major of the year.
I’m wondering, when it comes to Tiger’s health, who is helping him make these decisions? Is he even listening to his doctor?
Trains were delayed on the Metro-North Harlem Line Monday evening, after a car ended up on the tracks in Valhalla.
A six-year-old boy was in recovery on Thursday night after being seriously injured in a hit-and-run.
The four-day annual training evaluation began Friday at the Westchester County Fire Training Center in Valhalla.