NYC ferry crash

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Victim aided by rescue personnel

A commuter ferry crashed into a pier in lower Manhattan early Wednesday. See gallery

A victim of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry accident is carried on a stretcher by rescue personnel. The ferry  from New Jersey, made a hard landing at the dock as it pulled up to Pier 11 in lower Manhattan during morning rush hour.

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Passengers wait for help

Passengers from the Seastreak Wall Street ferry wait to be taken to ambulances. The ferry from Atlantic Highlands, N.J., slammed into the mooring as it arrived at Pier 11.

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Rescue workers respond

An injured passenger from the Seastreak Wall Street ferry is assisted by rescue personnel.

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Injured passengers rescued

An injured passenger from the Seastreak Wall Street ferry is taken to a waiting ambulance.

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At dock

The Seastreak Wall Street ferry is docked near the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges following the rush-hour accident on Wednesday.

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Examining the damages

New York City firefighters walk the deck of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry in New York after a crash injured 57 passengers, two critically.

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Aid from FDNY

An injured passenger of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry is aided by New York City firefighters.