Onboard images of Amtrak crash in Philadelphia released

Bostian recalled exiting a 65-mph curve and entering a 80-mph straightaway that precedes the 50 miles per hour curve on which the train derailed, according to his November 10 interview. The working theory is that Bostian became distracted by radio chatter from other train operators discussing being hit by some sort of projectile, a source close to the investigation told CNN.

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