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investigators looking into the deadly amtrak derailment in philadelphia are eagerly waiting to interview the engineer steering the train tuesday night , they're giving brendan bostian time to recover from a concussion he suffered in the crash , you killed seven people and hurt more than two hundred others , bosnians attorney told a. b. c. news thursday his client doesn't remember the crash and has quote no explanation for what happened he did say boston remembers coming into this curve section of track and trying to reduce speed , the national transportation safety board confirmed wednesday the new york bound train hit a hundred and six miles an hour more than twice the speed limit just before it derailed philadelphia mayor michael nutter is no way in the world and that %HESITATION he should have been going that fast indians be said that the train's engineer did slam on the brakes but it was too late bosnians attorney says the thirty two year old engineer is cooperating with authorities turning over a blood sample and his cell phone , his work is an amtrak engineer for more than four years and is a conductor there before that , the dead include a u. s. naval academy midshipman and associated press employee dean at medgar evers college in new york and an executive at wells fargo some passengers are still unaccounted for