Metro North Crash Victims Still In Hospital
Officials at a suburban New York Hospital that treated a dozen people injured in a commuter train crash say one remains in critical condition and one in serious condition.
Westchester Medical Center doctors said in a news conference Wednesday that patients arrived with burns, broken bones, smoke inhalation, and other injuries.
The physicians said six patients are in fair or good condition. Four others have been released.
The hospital wouldn't give the patients' ages but said none are children.
Six people died in the accident last night.