Six things to know – 4/4/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Federal investigators are watching video from cameras on board the Amtrak train that crashed in Chester, Pennsylvania. Two Amtrak employees died and 35 passengers were taken to the hospital.

Boats carrying migrants who had fled to Greece have reached a Turkish port. The migrants were returned to Turkey as part of the European Union’s plan to stem migration to Europe.

Hancock’s of Paducah will not be closing. The company is not part of Hancock Fabrics which announced they would close businesses over the weekend.

Check your fridge, and if you have any Wylwood’s brand of broccoli, throw it out. It is under a recall because of possible listeria contamination.

The Brussels International Airport is back open after the deadly terror attacks a few weeks ago. The first inbound flights began landing yesterday and today marked the first outbound flight.

Today is National Hug a Newsperson Day! If you are not able to hug a newsperson in real life, you can do so virtually using #HugANewspersonDay.

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