N.Y. Railroad Crossings Report 5 Months Late; Lawmakers, Victim's Husband Say That Could Cost LivesA report on New York railroad crossings is five months late, and now, lawmakers and the husband of a woman who died at a crossing are demanding action by the Department of Transportation.
NTSB To Release Final Report On Valhalla Metro-North CrashThe National Transportation Safety Board will release its final report on the deadly February 2015 crash between a Metro-North commuter train and an SUV at a crossing in Valhalla.
Fire Shuts Down Track On Metro-North Railroad At ValhallaA fire shut down a track on the Metro-North Railroad in Valhalla Wednesday afternoon.
NTSB Prepares To Release Results Of Probe Into Deadly Valhalla Train CrashThe NTSB is getting ready to release the results of its investigation into a devastating train crash in Westchester County.
Back Stories: Metro-North Crash In Valhalla Leaves 6 DeadToday's Back Story takes us to Feb. 3, 2015 when an SUV driven by Ellen Schaeffer Brody got stuck on the grade crossing near Valhalla.
Formerly Conjoined Twins Make First Appearance After Separation Surgery11-month-old Ballenie and Bellanie Camacho were born connected at the lower back. The surgery to separate the girls lasted 21 hours between Jan. 17 and 18 at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital in Westchester County.
Astorino Releases Plan For Ice Rink At Foot Of Kensico DamAt the foot of the Kensico Dam in Valhalla, county Executive Rob Astorino announced plans to turn the site into a Bryant Park or Rockefeller Center for Westchester County.
Water Restrictions Issued For Hawthorne, Thornwood And ValhallaThe Town on Mount Pleasant has issued water restrictions until further notice Tuesday due to a malfunctioning water pump.
One Year After Deadly Metro-North Crash, Review Of Grade Crossings ContinuesOn Feb. 3, 2015, a Harlem line train collided with Ellen Brody‘s Mercedes Benz SUV, which was sitting on the tracks in the Commerce Street grade crossing. Brody and five passengers in the lead train car were killed.
Officials Discuss Safety Measures One Year After Deadly After Metro-North Crash In ValhallaSince the accident, the federal government has committed $350 million for grade crossing improvements and another $6.5 million for a public awareness campaign.
PHOTOS: NTSB Releases Valhalla Metro-North Crash ImagesThe National Transportation Safety Board released new images of the deadliest Metro-North crash in the railroad's history.
NTSB Releases Photos Of Deadly Valhalla Metro-North Crash, Documents On SUV DriverThe NTSB also released a host of documents and photos on train maintenance, witnesses statements, police and fire reports and third rail specifications.

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