RCMP officers rushed to Guernsey, Sask. on Thursday after a train derailed around 6:15 a.m. local time, closing a major highway in both directions. This is the second derailment in the area within two..
Prosecutors said the engineer admitted during an interview that he ran the train beyond the track because he believed the hospital ship Mercy was part of suspicious activities involving the.. Seattle Times - Published
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One person was killed and 127 injured when a passenger train derailed in central China on Monday after striking debris from a landslide that had fallen to the.. Energy Daily - Published
The union representing train drivers has blamed national regulations for the Wallan train derailment which killed two drivers. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
The Saskatchewan government now says an estimated 1.6 million litres leaked on the highway west of Guernsey, more than what leaked after a similar train crash near the community two months ago. CBC.ca - Published
The train's driver, a 54-year-old man from ACT, and co-driver (or 'pilot'), a 49-year-old woman from Castlemaine, both died after the Sydney to Melbourne XPT service carrying 153 passengers came off.. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Watch VideoAt least two people are dead after a train derailed about 30 miles outside of Melbourne, Australia.
Several passengers were injured in the incident, and one person had to be airlifted.. Newsy - Published
Italian prosecutors have placed a senior executive of engineering group Alstom under investigation after a deadly high-speed train derailment in the northern Italian region of Lodi last week. Reuters - Published
PIKEVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Emergency crews were on the scene of a fiery train derailment Thursday morning in eastern Kentucky. Two crew members of the CSX train were initially trapped and a flammable.. Seattle Times - Published
Both of Canada's major railways are restricting permits for shipping dangerous goods after a fiery train derailment last week in Saskatchewan that spilled about 1.2 million litres of oil. CP24 - Published
A second oil train derailment in Saskatchewan in two months has prompted the federal Canadian government to enforce lower speed limits for trains carrying potentially dangerous goods. Reuters reported.. OilPrice.com - Published
Thursday's early-morning train derailment two kilometres east of Guernsey, Sask., was the second Canadian Pacific Railway crude oil crash to happen near the small hamlet in less than two months. CBC.ca - Published
The Transportation Safety Board says a year after a fatal train derailment near the Alberta-British Columbia boundary, it is ready to compile the information it has gathered into a report. CBC.ca - Published