NJ governor blames civil servant, not transit chief, for $120M in train damage during Sandy

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: October 4, 2013 - 6:25 AM

WOODLAND PARK, N.J. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says a low-level manager — not the state's mass transit chief — was to blame for failing to move trains to higher ground during Superstorm Sandy, causing $120 million in damage.

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tooty123Oct. 4, 13 8:38 AM

Amazing that ONE low-level civil servant is the ONLY person responsible! Come on, Christie, you should know better!

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davehougOct. 5, 13 7:14 AM

Just like Katrina, these storms are the MOST predictable 'crisis'.

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SorghastrumOct. 5, 13 8:22 AM

Do Republicans ever owe up to shouldering the blame when things go wrong on their shift? Not that I can see. Especially with Mr. Christie.

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