Amtrak has indefinitely suspended train service between New York and Boston following the crash of two commuter trains in Connecticut Friday evening. Amtrak uses the same rails as the Metro-North Railroad trains that collided near Bridgeport, Connecticut.
At least 60 people were injured in the crash and three people remained in critical condition on Saturday morning.
Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy said there was extensive damage to the train cars and the track, and it could take until Monday for normal service to be restored. He said the accident would have a "big impact on the Northeast Corridor."
A team from the National Transportation Safety Board will inspect the crash site.