A New York City hospital is facing federal fines for overpaying a woman who died on a train in 2013, and now it is suing the state of New York for $2 million in compensation.

Medical News Today spoke with a woman whose name was withheld because she was too traumatized to talk.

The woman told Medical News Now that her son, who was 13 at the time, was riding the first train in the morning on January 30, 2013, when a freight train derailed near the Westchester County line and killed her son.

Her son’s body was discovered the next day in a garbage can in the back of the train, and her body was later found by the railroad tracks and covered in plastic bags.

She said she did not have a chance to call for help, so she took the train home alone.

On April 8, 2013 the New York State Assembly passed a law that banned train accidents and required that any train carrying a child be equipped with an emergency escape hatch.

The law also created a “safety compensation fund” to compensate families of the victims of train accidents.

But in the wake of the deadly train crash, the State Department of Transportation and the New Yorkers Department of Education began to investigate the deaths.

In November of 2014, the Department of Labor and Industries (DOLI) announced a $2,000,000 settlement with the state, but a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New Jersey in June of this year alleges that the State’s Department of Insurance and the U,S.

Department of Justice conspired to underpay the mother.

In the lawsuit, filed in May, a group of women said that on June 27, 2014, a woman named Patricia Glynn told the DOLI that she had died on the train and that the accident was caused by her.

She told the agency that her car had broken down and she had no money and that her family was in financial trouble because of the accident.

According to the lawsuit:She told DOLIC that she was on her way to her son’s funeral.

When she got to the funeral, she said she noticed that someone was on the phone with someone else, and when she turned around, she saw someone else who had just died.

She explained that she went to the emergency exit and tried to get off the train.

She said she tried to climb up on a seat, but the train was too heavy.

She told DOWI that the train did not stop, and she did fall and hit her head.

Glynn died the next morning.

Glyn was identified by her mother and the DOW I to be a woman in her late 20s, and according to the complaint, she had been on the New Jersey State Public Transportation Authority (NJSTA) train from Union City to New Castle on the morning of the collision.

Glin’s mother, Elizabeth Glynn, told Medical N.Y. that she believed her daughter was trying to climb onto the seat on the opposite side of the car.

Glynn said she thought that the car was stopped on the tracks, and that there was no way she could reach the emergency escape doors that were in the compartment.

Gllyn said that she thought her daughter had been hit by the train because the train had stopped.

But when she got off the rail, she found that the seat was too high for her to reach it, and Glynn fell onto the tracks.GLLYN’S QUESTIONS:What was your role at the funeral?

How were you told the train accident had occurred?

How did you report the accident?

Were you told by the police that there were injuries to your son?

Were they treated by the hospital or were they taken to the hospital by ambulance?

Were you told that your son died?

How was your son treated?

Did you receive any medical attention or was there any?

Was there any help from your doctor or nurse or nurse practitioner?

What was the timeline of your family’s financial problems, and how long was the recovery?

Were there any of your expenses covered by the government?

What is the amount you received?

What is your position in the compensation fund?

Did you receive a settlement or were you denied one?

How long did the settlement take to complete?

Did it include your family?

Did the settlement include any benefits?

How did the payout affect you financially?

Did your lawyer represent you?

Did it include any payment that was due?

Did I receive any payment for my legal expenses?

Did I get a payment for legal fees?

Did anyone ever tell you anything?

Did anyone ever mention any of the other victims that were on the other train?

Did any of them have any other claims?

Did anybody ever mention the death of any of those other people?

Did a jury ever hear anything about it?

Did any of their families ever hear any details about it from the government about the accident that occurred?

Did there ever have a