Driver and Passenger Dead as Car Plunges Onto Train Tracks in NYC Fiery Crash
New York City – A 39-year-old driver of a speeding BMW was fatally ejected, while his passenger was burned beyond recognition after their speeding car plunged off the Henry Hudson Parkway and onto the Amtrak train tracks at around 2:00 a.m. Monday. The two victims were pronounced dead at the fiery crash scene.
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