Amtrak’s lagging safety management to blame for fatal derailment, NTSB finds

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By Aaron Martin  |  November 17, 2017

A deficient safety management process across various levels of Amtrak led to a train derailment near Chester, Pennsylvania, in April 2016 that killed two people and injured 39, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) announced on Tuesday. Amtrak train 89 derailed while traveling from Philadelphia to Washington on the Northeast Corridor. After the train’s conductor spotted construction and equipment near the track, he engaged a safety brake that slowed the train from 106 mph to 99 m...

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