Eighth Body Pulled From Wreckage of Amtrak Crash

Crews pulled an eighth body Thursday from the wreckage of the Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia, and authorities said they believed everyone on board had been accounted for.
Derrick Sawyer, the Philadelphia fire commissioner, confirmed the eighth death. Mayor Michael Nutter said for the first time that all 243 people on board had been accounted for.
Amtrak's CEO, Joseph H. Boardman, told reporters: "Amtrak's heartbroken for what happened here."
The train, Amtrak Regional 188, derailed Tuesday night on its way from Washington to New York.