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S. Station commuter train crash injures 18

T says operator mistimed stop

Rescuers moved an injured man to an ambulance yesterday following a commuter rail accident at South Station. Eighteen passengers suffered mostly minor injuries in the low-speed crash. Rescuers moved an injured man to an ambulance yesterday following a commuter rail accident at South Station. Eighteen passengers suffered mostly minor injuries in the low-speed crash. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By Noah Bierman and David Abel
Globe Staff / September 16, 2009

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Hundreds of passengers on a morning train from Worcester were calmly preparing their workaday exits into downtown Boston yesterday when they felt a jolt - an abrupt stop - that knocked them off their feet, onto the floor, and into the seats around them. (Full article: 886 words)

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