CRIME

Operator Of Runaway Train In Boston Tried To Jury-Rig Controls

The operator of the Red Line train that took off from Braintree Station without him Thursday and barreled more than five miles down the line unattended apparently “tied a cord around the throttle” and also failed to set the brake before climbing out of the cab, according to a source familiar with the investigation’s preliminary findings. 

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