Backhoe In Chester Amtrak Wreck Had Periodic Right To Be On Tracks, Report FindsA backhoe operator had a right to be on the tracks periodically on the weekend an Amtrak train slammed into it, killing the operator and a supervisor, federal crash investigators said Monday.
Neighbor Recalls Seeing Worker Killed In Amtrak Crash Just One Day Before OrdealSabrina McNeil is sure she last saw her neighbor, Joseph Carter Jr., one day before he died.
NTSB Provides New Developments In Deadly Amtrak Crash In ChesterFederal investigators say the Amtrak passenger train that crashed into a backhoe on a track in Chester, Delaware County was going 106 mph in a 110 mph zone before the fatal collision.
Chester Officials Speak Out About Deadly Amtrak CrashThe city of Chester's fire and police were the first on the scene of the Amtrak Train 89 crash on Sunday that claimed the lives to two people working on the tracks early that morning. On Monday, Chester officials held a press conference on the next steps.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | April 4Chris discussed yesterday's AMTRAK crash, Villanova's victory in the Final Four Saturday Night, and the latest in the race for President. He talked to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about John Kasich's role in the Republican presidential primary at 7:00 and HW Brands from Politico about his piece in Politico, How Trump Has Proved The Founders Right, at 8:20.
Chester Residents Shaken By Deadly Amtrak Train CrashThe crash of an Amtrak train Sunday morning occurred within a stone's throw from dozens of homes near 6th and Booth Street in Chester.
Two Dead, Dozens Injured After Train Crashes In ChesterThe accident was reported around 8 a.m. Sunday near Booth Street on the Palmetto train 89.
Local Amtrak Survivor Continues To Battle InjuriesThe investigation into the Amtrak crash that left eight dead and over 200 wounded continues, and a local survivor tells Eyewitness News he’ll never be the same.
NTSB: Engineer Of Amtrak Train 188 Was Not Using Phone At Time Of DerailmentThe big question from the days after Amtrak 188's derailment to last week's Congressional hearing on the disaster was whether or not engineer Brandon Bostian was using his phone at the time of the crash.