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Long Island Rail Road officials say two work

Long Island Rail Road officials say two work equipment trains made contact in New Cassel today. Photo Credit: News 12

Officials with the Long Island Rail Road say two work equipment trains made contact in New Cassel today. The incident happened on the main line at 11:03 a.m.

Shortly after 11 a.m., one of three single-car
Photo Credit: Kevin Imm

Shortly after 11 a.m., one of three single-car work trains, which are used to realign tracks and rock bedding, was traveling west on its way to a job site, when the it made contact with the middle train. The accident occurred about a half-mile west of the Hicksville station, and just feet away from the Nassau County Public Safety Center on Prospect Avenue in New Cassel. (June 4,2013)

Shortly after 11 a.m., one of three single-car
Photo Credit: Kevin Imm

Shortly after 11 a.m., one of three single-car work trains, which are used to realign tracks and rock bedding, was traveling west on its way to a job site, when the it made contact with the middle train. The accident occurred about a half-mile west of the Hicksville station, and just feet away from the Nassau County Public Safety Center on Prospect Avenue in New Cassel. (June 4,2013)

Long Island Rail Road officials say two work
Photo Credit: News 12

Long Island Rail Road officials say two work equipment trains made contact in New Cassel today.

All service is suspended between Mineola and Hicksville.
Photo Credit: News 12

All service is suspended between Mineola and Hicksville.

The two train operators were taken to the
Photo Credit: News 12

The two train operators were taken to the hospital following the accident.

The incident happened on the main line at
Photo Credit: News 12

The incident happened on the main line at 11:03 a.m.

Assistant Chief Fire Marshal John Priest says five
Photo Credit: News 12

Assistant Chief Fire Marshal John Priest says five people were hurt in the crash.

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