Train crash images are fresh in everyone's mind from the recent Amtrak tragedy in Philadelphia. But Connecticut has its own recent history with rail disasters, and the state, on May 17, just marked the two-year anniversary of the Metro-North crash and derailment that left more than 70 passengers and crew injured.
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