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Trial begins in 2011 train-truck crash that killed 6

(Source: Associated Press, August 5, 2014)

RENO, Nevada — Lawyers defending a Nevada trucking firm being sued for negligence in a fiery 2011 crash with an Amtrak train told jurors Tuesday that Union Pacific Railroad officials manipulated or destroyed evidence that would have proved a malfunctioning crossing gate and signal lights were responsible for the deaths of the truck driver and five people on board the California Zephyr.

Full story: Grand Island Independent

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

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