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Federal safety officials on Monday cited Metro-North for the railroad's "ineffective" safety procedures that last month allowed a rail traffic controller-in-training to send a high-speed train down tracks that were supposed to be off limits, killing a veteran foreman.
The finding was included in a four-page letter sent Monday by the National Transportation Safety Board to Metro-North president Howard Permut, highlighting safety procedures that broke down in the weeks leading up to the May 28 death of Robert Luden, a 27-year veteran and married father of two from East Haven, Conn.
"The procedures currently in place are ineffective," NTSB chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman said in a statement released Monday. "Metro-North can take immediate action to ensure the safety of work crews on their tracks."