Los Angeles commuter train slams into vehicle on track, no injuries reported
Los Angeles commuter train slams into vehicle on track, no injuries reportedAbout 120 passengers and two crew members were evacuated safely after the collision, Metrolink spokesperson Scott Johnson said, and initial reports indicated the vehicle on the tracks was unoccupied at the time.
Mid of fire engine STORYLINE: An Amtrak passenger train carrying about 150 passengers struck a car that had skirted a gate at a road crossing near Detroit in the United States on Thursday, killing all five people in the Sedan, authorities said. The crossing had a gate and flashing lights that apparently
DUPONT, Wash. —. [Update: Here is the latest article on the Amtrak derailment.]. A passenger train on a newly opened Amtrak route jumped the tracks on an overpass south of Tacoma on Monday, slamming rail cars into a busy highway, killing at least three people and injuring about 100 others
Multiple people have reportedly been killed after an Amtrak train hit a car in Florida on Saturday.
People inside the car died after it was struck by the train in suburban Jupiter, Fla., according to.
First responders at the scene told the newspaper that a woman and two children were killed, but this was not confirmed by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.
Amtrak spokeswoman Christina Leeds told The Hill in an email that there were no reported injuries to the 200 passengers or crew members aboard the train, which was headed to New York from Miami.
According to local TV station, two other people were killed by Amtrak trains on the same route since June.
This post was updated at 8:38 p.m.
Bluff collapse within steps of passenger train tracks north of San Diego disrupts rail service .
SAN DIEGO - Passenger rail service on the main line between Los Angeles and San Diego faced interruptions Saturday after a section of the Del Mar bluffs collapsed within a few feet of tracks following heavy rains this week. The cliff failure occurred Friday south of Seagrove Park in front of a condominium complex, according to witnesses. "The first time we saw it was this morning when we woke up,” said Ken Knight, a Washington resident who was vacationing in the area. “It’s probably a foot or two from the ties on the track. It’s close.