The Federal Railroad Administration and Amtrak are independently looking into the Dec. 7 incident when a westbound morning train near Davis suddenly tilted dramatically one direction and then back the other. Both agencies decline to say when they will publish their reports, but the FRA speculates it will take a few months.
The Federal Railroad Administration and Amtrak are independently looking into the Dec. 7 incident when a westbound morning train near Davis suddenly tilted dramatically one direction and then back the other. Both agencies decline to say when they will publish their reports, but the FRA speculates it will take a few months. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
The Federal Railroad Administration and Amtrak are independently looking into the Dec. 7 incident when a westbound morning train near Davis suddenly tilted dramatically one direction and then back the other. Both agencies decline to say when they will publish their reports, but the FRA speculates it will take a few months. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
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