A trove of federal investigatory documents and eerie photos from February’s deadly collision between a New York commuter train and an SUV driven by suburban Jewish mom Ellen Brody still can’t answer why she appeared not to realize that she was in mortal danger.
The daughters of train crash mom Ellen Brody, who was killed when her SUV was struck in the Metro-North tragedy, will speak out for the first time in an NBC interview on Monday.
In gut-wrenching ceremonies two hours and 22 miles apart from each other, family and friends said difficult goodbyes on Friday to the mother of one Westchester family and the father of another, both killed in this week’s New York commuter train tragedy.
Final farewells for two of the 6 victims of this week’s fiery New York commuter train accident will be held two hours apart this morning, including the mother of three who was behind the wheel of the SUV the train slammed into on Tuesday night.
The New York commuter train that plowed into a car stopped on a crossing this week was traveling just below the speed limit and no problem was found with the signals or traffic barriers at the site of the deadly crash, a federal investigator said on Thursday.
The funeral for Ellen Brody, the Jewish mother of three killed in Tuesday’s deadly Metro-North train crash, will take place at 10 a.m. Friday at Chabad of the Rivertowns in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
Ellen Brody’s 3 daughters endured an agonizing wait for their mom. It ended with the worst possible news: She was the SUV driver killed in New York’s worst-ever commuter train tragedy.