William Rockefeller, the engineer controlling a New York City-bound Metro North train, briefly "nodded off" before Sunday's deadly derailment. Now the question is whether he will face criminal charges.
A shocking new report from DNAInfo.com claims that engineer William Rockefeller may have fallen asleep shortly before Sunday morning's horrific Metro-North derailment.
The Metro-North commuter train that derailed in New York City on Sunday was speeding at 80 mph as it went around a 30 mph curve, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
After Sunday morning's horrific train derailment in New York City, four passengers are dead and more than 60 are injured, some critically. Now, the families of those passengers are trying to determine who's responsible.