East Palestine’s Record of Devastating Train Derailments

From the March 2, 1970, edition of the Salem News, via Newspapers.com Tyler Buchanan, author of Axios Columbus Long before the Feb. 3 Norfolk Southern derailment exposed East Palestine to hazardous chemicals, residents suffered from a series of devastating rail car derailments that destroyed businesses, ruined local infrastructure and often left the city stuck paying … Continue reading East Palestine’s Record of Devastating Train Derailments

Worried Residents Near Ohio Train Derailment Report Dead Fish and Chickens as Authorities Say it’s Safe to Return. – Residents Around East Palestine Fear They, Their Animals, and Water Sources Were Exposed to Hazardous Chemicals. TrainDerailment #ChemicalSpill #EPA #CommunitySafety

https://youtu.be/ry-jgGFRVCA By Aria Bendix and David K. Li For days, authorities have been telling residents of the area around East Palestine, Ohio, that it is safe to return home after a 150-car train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed Feb. 3. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources said the chemical spill resulting from the derailment had killed … Continue reading Worried Residents Near Ohio Train Derailment Report Dead Fish and Chickens as Authorities Say it’s Safe to Return. – Residents Around East Palestine Fear They, Their Animals, and Water Sources Were Exposed to Hazardous Chemicals. TrainDerailment #ChemicalSpill #EPA #CommunitySafety

Another Train Collision in North Dakota Sets DOT 111 Oil Rail Cars Ablaze

A plume of smoke rises from scene of a derailed train near Casselton, North Dakota December 30, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Michael Vosburg/Forum News Service (Reuters) - A BNSF train carrying crude oil in North Dakota collided with another train on Monday setting off a series of explosions that left at least 10 cars ablaze, the latest … Continue reading Another Train Collision in North Dakota Sets DOT 111 Oil Rail Cars Ablaze

Engineer – Driver In Fatal Spanish Train Crash Is Arrested

By SILVIA TAULÉS and DOREEN CARVAJAL Published: July 26, 2013 SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain — The train driver did little to hide his taste for speed. He posted a photograph of a locomotive speedometer needle stuck at 200 kilometers per hour, or about 125 miles m.p.h., on Facebook last year, boasting that the reading “has … Continue reading Engineer – Driver In Fatal Spanish Train Crash Is Arrested