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The Seastreak Wall Street ferry from New Jersey made a hard landing as it pulled up to lower Manhattan during Wednesday morning’s rush hour, injuring dozens.

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The Seastreak Wall Street ferry is shown in New York on Jan. 9, 2013. The ferry from New Jersey made a hard landing at the dock as it pulled up to lower Manhattan during Wednesday morning rush hour, injuring at least 57 people, two critically, officials said.

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New York City firefighters walk the deck of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry in New York, Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013. The ferry from Atlantic Highlands, N.J., banged into the mooring as it arrived at South Street in lower Manhattan.

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Victims of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry accident are aided by rescue personnel in New York. The ferry from New Jersey made a hard landing at the dock as it pulled up to lower Manhattan.

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New York City firemen carry a victim of a commuter ferry crash from the scene. The ferry crashed into a pier in lower Manhattan early Wednesday. Passengers lying on stretchers littered the pier near South Street Seaport, attended to by firefighters and rescue workers who rushed to the scene of the 8:43 a.m. hard landing.

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A victim of a commuter ferry crash is cared for by a medic on the scene in New York.

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Injured passengers of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry are aided in New York. The ferry from Atlantic Highlands, N.J., banged into the mooring as it arrived at South Street in lower Manhattan during morning rush hour.

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New York City firemen carry a victim of a commuter ferry crash from the scene in New York.

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An injured passenger from the Seastreak Wall Street ferry is taken to an ambulance in New York.

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New York City firefighters remove an injured passenger of the Seastreak Wall Street ferry in New York.

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An injured passenger from the Seastreak Wall Street ferry is interviewed by a New York City Police officer.

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

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A victim of a commuter ferry crash is cared for by a medic on the scene in New York.

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An injured passenger from the Seastreak Wall Street ferry waits to be taken to an ambulance.

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A victim of a commuter ferry crash is cared for by a medic.

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