(CNN) — A logging truck collided with a passenger train Friday afternoon in West Virginia, killing one person and injuring 66 others, a local emergency official said. At least 12 people suffered serious injuries, said Randolph County …
A logging truck collided with a passenger train on Friday afternoon in West Virginia, killing the truck driver and injuring 66 others, a local emergency official said. At least 12 people suffered serious injuries, said Randolph County emergency …
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At least one person was killed and as many as 60 more were injured Friday afternoon when a passenger train struck a logging truck in West Virginia, the AP reports. According to a local CBS station, the collision happened at the top …
OAKVALE — A truck and train collision in Oakvale has reportedly left West Virginia State Police searching for a couple who left the scene. No one was reported injured in the crash and the cause is still unknown. Traffic is blocked on Route …
One man was killed and more than 60 people were injured when a logging truck collided with a tourist train on Friday in the remote Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia ... the high country wilderness when the collision occurred at 1:30 p.m. …
As oil-train accidents continue to mount nationwide, the Washington House and Senate could be on a collision course over oil transportation ... On Feb. 16, 27 cars on a 109-car oil train derailed in West Virginia, causing fire-balling …
UPDATE: Authorities say the driver of a loaded log truck that collided with a train carrying 63 passengers and four …
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A logging truck collided today with a train taking passengers on a scenic tour amid changing fall foliage in eastern West Virginia, killing one person and injuring more than 60 others, emergency services officials said. …
FIRST CAME SHOCK: News on a snowy Friday night that a passenger train had become a fireball in a collision in …
A logging truck collided with a train carrying passengers on a scenic tour of fall foliage in the West Virginia mountains ... The cause of yesterday’s collision between the truck and the Durbin & Greenbrier Railroad train was unknown.