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an amtrak passenger train derailed tuesday night in philadelphia killing at least six people the accident left some train cars crumpled and mangled beyond recognition philadelphia's mayor said sixty five people were also injured six of them in critical condition we have train cars that are completely overturned , on their side ripped apart it is a devastating scene down there emergency workers carried off bloodied and confused passengers to area hospitals survivors described scenes of horror and chaos in the minutes following the derailment we were in the front seat and this huge red suitcase disk , flying at me %HESITATION our train was actually on its side so fast , not a scream and the train which was heading from washington d. c. to new york was carrying over two hundred passengers , the cause of the crash isn't yet known for the national transportation safety board is at the scene investigating reuters correspondent jarrett renshaw is in philadelphia early indication is that this was approaching a turn %HESITATION but that at this point out a mere speculation of the one thing that %HESITATION agencies have ruled out %HESITATION is a terrorist act , as investigators and clean up crews gather amtrak's train service between new york and philadelphia along the northeast corridor will likely remain suspended for the rest of the week the crash is the latest in a series of rail accidents on heavily traveled passenger train routes over the past year in february six people were killed and a dozen injured when a metro north commuter train north of new york city hit a car stalled on the tracks during rush hour