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Beginning to Heal

Regular rider Theresa Dunaway hugs Metrolink conductor Dalton Parker on Thursday, the day after a crash killed 11 people, including a colleague of Parker. Despite Wednesday’s crash involving two trains, many rail commuters returned. (Al Seib / LAT)
A passenger hugs Metrolink conductor Luis Gonzalez on Thursday. Regular riders consider themselves a family, and after the crash checked up on each other and traded information. (Spencer Weiner / LAT)
At Huntington Memorial in Pasadena, Fermin Lagua is being treated for a broken knee and rib, and a gash in the forehead. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
An investigator examines the mangled remains of the SUV as officials gather evidence before removing the wreckage. Tracks won’t be clear before the weekend, officials say. (Richard Hartog / LAT)
GRIEF: Lisa Tutino, left, the sister-in-law of sheriff’s Deputy James Tutino, who died in the train crash, hugs Marie McClure, the fiancee of Tutino’s son, at a candlelight vigil at Simi Valley High. (Anne Cusack / LAT)
MEMORIES: Natalie Walker, stepdaughter of train crash victim Henry Kilinski, looks through photos of him. (Christine Cotter / LAT)