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Philadelphia Amtrak Crash in 2016 Blamed on Lax Safety

Newsmax Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Philadelphia Amtrak Crash in 2016 Blamed on Lax SafetyA Philadelphia Amtrak crash in 2016 that killed two maintenance workers was blamed on a lax safety culture that had permeated the government-owned railroad, federal investigators said Tuesday.
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News video: NTSB: Amtrak's Lax Safety Culture Led To Crash That Killed 2

NTSB: Amtrak's Lax Safety Culture Led To Crash That Killed 2 00:31

Federal investigators said Tuesday they found major lapses in how Amtrak deals with safety, including more than two dozen hazardous conditions at the work zone near Philadelphia where a train slammed into a maintenance backhoe last year and killed two workers.

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