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Metrolink crash: NTSB official discusses investigation of truck driver




Firefighters and other officials walk near cars from a Metrolink passenger train that derailed Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015, in Oxnard, Calif. Three cars of the Metrolink train tumbled onto their sides, injuring dozens of people in the town 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
Firefighters and other officials walk near cars from a Metrolink passenger train that derailed Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015, in Oxnard, Calif. Three cars of the Metrolink train tumbled onto their sides, injuring dozens of people in the town 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
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Robert Sumwalt from the National Transportation Safety Board discusses with Take Two whether the truck driver in Tuesday's Metrolink train crash in Oxnard made a wrong turn.

The driver has been identified as Jose Alejandro Sanchez Ramirez, who has been arrested on felony hit-and-run charges after leaving the scene of the accident.

For more on the crash, read KPCC's full coverage.