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Mark Sanchez and Connor Barwin Visit Train Derailment Victims

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    Mark Sanchez and Connor Barwin

    Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez and linebacker Connor Barwin visited Temple University Hospital Wednesday, one of the hospitals treating victims of the Amtrak Northeast Regional Train 188 which derailed and crashed Tuesday night.

    According to tweets at Crossing Broad from Temple Hospital's assistant nurse manager Matt Weidenmiller, Sanchez and Barwin visited victims and their families and also took photos with hospital staff.

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    Temple University Hospital was one of four area hospitals that treated victims of the crash, along with Aria Health-Frankford, Hahnemann University Hospital and the Albert Einstein Medical Center.

    According to the latest reports, seven people have died and more than 200 are hurt as a result of the crash. The train was travelling over 100 miles per hour when the emergency brake was applied heading into a curve with a 50 mile-per-hour speed limit, according to the NTSB.