An NTSB report has revealed new information on the New Jersey Transit train crash last month.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers has the story:

The report from the National Transportation Safety Board says the brakes were working on the New Jersey Transit train 1614 that crashed into the Hoboken terminal on September 29. One person died. more than 100 were hurt.

The NTSB previously said the train was traveling at eight miles an hour 38 seconds before impact. Then increased in speed. When it hit the station wall, it was going 21 miles an hour, twice the speed limit.

NTSB officials also say emergency brakes were applied one second before the crash. The report says the engineer felt fully rested and had no memory of the crash.

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

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