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Family of locomotive engineer who was killed on the job settles with Union Railroad

(Source: Pittsburgh Tribune Review, May 14, 2014. BLET editor's note: Andrew Monheim was a member of BLET Division 700 in Braddock, Pa., and had belonged to the Brotherhood for more than 31 years at the time of his passing in 2010.)

PITTSBURGH, Pa. The family of a locomotive engineer killed in a train collision in North Versailles apparently has settled its federal lawsuit against Union Railroad Co., according to court documents filed on Wednesday. Lawyers for the company and Lydia Monheim, the widow of Andrew Monheim, 54, of Plum, filed a joint motion to dismiss the lawsuit. The motion doesn't provide any details.

Full story: Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Thursday, May 15, 2014

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