File - In Dec. 1, 2013 photo, a Metro-North locomotive lies on its side after derailing in the Bronx borough of New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
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A fatal New York City train derailment last year was likely caused by the engineer at the controls who fell asleep due to an undiagnosed sleep disorder, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Tuesday.Four people were killed and at least 61 people were injured in the derailment of the Metro-North Railroad train, it said.The train was traveling at 82 mph (132 kph) in a zone where the maximum authorized speed was 30 mph (48 kph), it said.An estimated 115 passengers were on board at the time of the derailment, it said.
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