Documents about the worst crash in Metro North history have been made public by the National Transportation Safety Board. There are 130 documents in the file about the collision between a train and an SUV in Valhalla in February. The accident resulted in the deaths of the SUV driver and five people on board the train, including 41-year old Aditya Tomar of Danbury.
The 1,100 pages with details of the investigation show that there was no alcohol or drugs in the system of the SUV driver, 49-year old Ellen Brody. She was also not using her cell phone at the time of the crash. The last call on her phone was at 6:11pm. It was with her husband and lasted about 9 minutes. The accident happened shortly after the call at 6:26pm.
The NTSB says the docket is not yet complete and more information will be added at a later date.