Government to inspect Metro-North compliance

Starting Monday, federal rail experts will be judging safety compliance on Metro-North, following this month's deadly derailment in the Bronx. Four people were killed and

NORWALK - Starting Monday, federal rail experts will be judging safety compliance on Metro-North, following this month's deadly derailment in the Bronx.

Four people were killed and dozens injured.

The Federal Railroad Administration says its safety assessment will last two months.

Officials say they will be looking at a long list of practices, including engineer oversight, medical requirements for crew members and compliance with federal regulations.

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