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Amtrak investigates cause of damage to train window

(Source: KTVU, August 13, 2014)

RICHMOND, Calif. — Amtrak is investigating an incident that damaged one of its train cars. The incident happened Tuesday afternoon as a northbound Amtrak train that originated in Oakland was hit by what one viewer called “small gauge gunfire,” as the train passed by about 10 minutes east of the station in Richmond. The train was en route to Sacramento.

Full story: www.ktvu.com

Thursday, August 14, 2014

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