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The Federal Railroad Administration is investigating the West Virginia accident ... The FRA has said the train was going 33 mph at the time of the crash. The speed limit was 50 mph.
San Francisco Gate · 16 hours ago
This shocking footage shows the giant fireball unleashed after a freight train carrying oil derailed and burst into flames. Two towns had to be evacuated after ten of the freight cars exploded at intervals of about every half hour following the crash in ...
Mirror · 2/17/2015
The new report shows the train locomotive and cars passed a “supersite” detection location in West Virginia less than one hour before the crash happened. According to that report, the locomotive and train were in …
WSLS · 8/22/2015
Lynchburg derailment
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A collision between a logging truck and a tourist train in West Virginia has left at least one person dead. According to Fox News, the truck driver was killed and nearly 60 train passengers were injured this afternoon along U.S. Route 250. The passengers ...
The Inquisitr · ByDan Evon · 10/11/2013
An oil tanker train was ... this week in West Virginia, federal officials said Thursday, but three days after the accident, they were still unable to reach parts of the wreckage because fires continued to burn. The track where the CSX train derailed ...
New York Times · 2/19/2015
(AP) — Authorities say a logging truck collided with a train ... in the West Virginia mountains, killing one person and injuring 24 people Friday. A preliminary toll of more than 60 injured initially reported by authorities following the accident was ...
The Huffington Post · ByJohn Raby · 10/12/2013
MOUNT CARBON, W.Va. -- The fiery derailment of a train carrying crude oil in West Virginia is one of three in the past year involving tank cars that already meet a higher safety standard than what federal law requires -- leading some to suggest even ...
OregonLive · 2/18/2015
A train crash in West Virginia has seen the evacuation of two towns in the area. The train was carrying more than 100 tankers of crude oil when it crashed in the south of the state, sending at least one of the carriages into the Kanawha River. At least 14 ...
Travel News · 2/17/2015
Even for West Virginia, a state that has suffered more than its fair share of industrial disasters, the images from a train crash Monday are apocalyptic: many cars derailed, fires so fierce firefighters are simply waiting for them to burn out, 300-foot ...
The Atlantic · ByDavid A. Graham · 2/17/2015
CSX is continuing to closely monitor the environmental impact of a fiery oil-train derailment in southern West Virginia, a spokeswoman said last week. The company held a public informational meeting that drew a sparse turnout July 21 at the Glen Ferris Inn.
Insurance Journal · 7/27/2015