The engineer of the New Jersey Transit train that crashed last week has talked to NTSB officials, and says it was only going ten miles an hour as it approached the station.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers has more:

Investigators continue to piece together what caused a train to crash in the Hoboken station, killing one and hurting more than 100.

NTSB Vice Chair Bella Dinh-Zarr says they have spoken with the engineer, who says he doesn't remember the crash:

(Dinh-Zarr) "In the interview, he stated that the train operated normally throughout the trip, approaching the accident site and he said the cab alerter was operating properly."

While debris removal continues:

(Dinh-Zarr) "We've all played that game of "pickup sticks", and if you incorrectly pull out one stick, it affects the integrity of the other pieces. And of course in this case, the consequences would be very serious."

She says crews will work around the clock until they're finished.

In New York City, Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.

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