IN THE wake of Sunday's deadly Bronx train derailment, commuters might be wondering:
Could it happen here?
Well, in Philadelphia, it's "not a likely scenario," according to Jeff Knueppel, SEPTA's deputy general manager.
"We've had a good track record with the problem of overspeeding, and in a short amount of time, we're looking to eliminate it completely from our system," said Knueppel.
In 26 years on the job, he said, he has not encountered a derailment on par with the one that killed four people.
The crash's cause was still being investigated yesterday, but Knueppel said human error shouldn't be ruled out.