Tuesday’s deadly Amtrak train derailment is still affecting mass transit throughout the region.
Service On New Jersey Transit’s Atlantic City Rail Line Scheduled To Resume Between Philadelphia, Cherry Hill
Service had been suspended after Tuesday night’s fatal crash of an Amtrak train in northeast Philadelphia.
Philadelphia DA Seth Williams says once the initial probe is complete, they’ll determine whether criminal charges should be filed and who will prosecute.
Passengers along Amtrak’s northeast corridor will have to figure out other ways to get to their destination for a few more days.
Nearly all of the Amtrak cars that derailed Tuesday night near Frankford Junction have been transported to an undisclosed location for inspection by federal investigators.
One question that many people are asking after Tuesday’s tragedy: why don’t people wear seat belts on trains?
Amtrak service is still impacted because of Tuesday’s train derailment.
The accident was reported Wednesday between Fort Washington and Virginia Dr.
“The energy intensity of this — I mean, trains jackknifed — something incredible, almost like a big bang, occurred there,” notes Dr. Joseph Martin, a professor of civil engineering at Drexel University.
Some travelers just outside 30th Street Station got creative, and some strangers became friends.
More than a dozen Red Cross volunteers were on hand to help frazzled survivors of the train wreck as they trickled in last night and this morning.
Several candidates were canceling appearances out of respect for those killed and injured in the train derailment.
The train derailment in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood is impacting travel for the Wednesday morning commute.
The road reopened just before 5 p.m. Tuesday evening.
Hundreds of job seekers descended on Temple University this morning for a one-day job fair conducted by Philadelphia International Airport.