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Even when not at fault, Amtrak can bear cost of accidents

(Source: Associated Press, February 11, 2018)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Federal investigators are still looking at how CSX railway crews routed an Amtrak train into a parked freight train in Cayce, South Carolina, last weekend. But even if CSX should bear sole responsibility for the accident, Amtrak will likely end up paying crash victims' legal claims with public money.

Full story: www.sfgate.com

Monday, February 12, 2018

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