Phila. DA's Office: No Criminal Charges In Deadly Amtrak DerailmentThe Philadelphia District Attorney's Office says no criminal charges will be filed in the 2015 Amtrak derailment that killed eight people and injured over 200 others.
Victims' Attorney: No Charges To Be Filed In Deadly Amtrak DerailmentThe DA's office has until Friday to bring charges before the statute of limitations runs out, but according to attorney Tom Klein, who represents some of the victims and their families, there will be no charges.
Judge Approves 'Historic' $265M Settlement In 2015 Amtrak DerailmentLawyers involved in the Amtrak 188 litigation believe it's the largest payout of its kind in the US.
Feds: Amtrak Engineer Went 'From Distraction To Disaster'The engineer of an Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia last year, killing eight people, went "from distraction to disaster" in a matter of seconds.
Change Is Coming In Philadelphia's Citywide Mass Casualty PlanRevisions to the city's mass casualty plan will direct police in the future to work closely with emergency medical service personnel.
'Every Breath I Take I Think About It' Lives Forever Changed By Amtrak Crash 1 Year AgoSurvivors remember how their lives were changed, one year ago.
Where Rail Safety Stands 1 Year After Deadly Amtrak DerailmentToday marks the one-year anniversary of the AMTRAK 188 derailment in Frankford that killed eight people and injured more than 200 others.
Lawyers Who Filed Suits In Derailment Contend There Are 'Glaring Inconsistencies' In Engineer's Statements To InvestigatorsPhiladelphia lawyers who filed lawsuits against Amtrak contend there are "glaring inconsistencies" in the statements the locomotive engineer gave to railroad accident investigators.
NTSB Releases Documents In Deadly Amtrak Crash InvestigationIn his first interview with the NTSB, Amtrak 188 engineer Brandon Bostian tells investigators that his last memory from that night was "turning on the bell" while "approaching and passing the platforms in North Philadelphia."
Amtrak Engineer In Deadly Derailment May Have Been Distracted By Radio ChatterInvestigators think the engineer may have been distracted by radio chatter from other train operators when the train jumped the tracks in Frankford.
Amtrak Crash Victims' Attorney Favors Grand Jury ProbePreliminary findings from the NTSB investigation are expected to be released in the next few weeks.
Lawyers For Victims Of Amtrak Derailment Say Congressional Action Will Mean More Compensation For VictimsA provision in a 1,300-page transportation bill would raise the cap on total victims' compensation in the Amtrak crash from $200 million to $295 million.