An assistant conductor on the Metro-North train that derailed in December 2013 has been awarded at least $835,000 for her injuries, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.
Maria Herbert, of Wallkill, claims to have been incapacitated by accident, suffering a case of post-traumatic stress disorder that has left her unable to work, according to the report.
Though a federal jury awarded her $835,000 for her injuries, she had previously entered into what the report calls a "high-low settlement" with the railroad.
The Dec. 1, 2013 crash in the Bronx killed four people and wounded dozens more.
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