One of the victims from Tuesday’s Amtrak train wreck files the first lawsuit against the company in connection with the crash.
A mother in New Jersey says her son was suspended over a Nerf bullet.
I-Team Investigates Amtrak Tragedy: How A Matter Of Months Could’ve Meant Difference Between Life And Death
Thursday at the scene of the Amtrak tragedy, the company’s CEO made a commitment to make travel on the Northeast Corridor safer for millions of riders.
A former Flyer made a delivery to a passenger who was injured in the train derailment.
The next time you visit the doctor, you might want to shake his or her hand.
As officials work to learn why Amtrak train 188 was barreling down the tracks at twice the speed allowed, the Eyewitness News I-Team is digging into train derailments and the safeguards in place to prevent them.
A Wells Fargo employee has been identified as one of those killed in the train derailment in Philadelphia.
KYW’s John McDevitt reports alternate service plans have been put into place for more than 12,000 weekly riders.
Frankford Junction was the scene of one of the worst rail disasters in U.S. history.
Dr. Herb Cushing said he spoke to several patients from the last two train cars who were awake and able to talk.
Eyewitness News spoke to one visibly distraught passenger, Rebecca Bibb, who says she was on the third train car from the back at the time of the accident.
Several area hospitals treated those that were injured in a deadly train derailment in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood Tuesday night.
The train was headed from Washington D.C. to New York when it jumped the tracks at Frankford Junction.
U.S. Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) was aboard the train before it derailed in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood Tuesday night.
Amtrak Hotline Available For Questions About Family, Friends Aboard Train That Derailed In Philadelphia
Amtrak says individuals with questions about their friends and family on train 188 should call Amtrak’s Emergency Hotline at 800-523-9101.