Rail traffic resumes after rail officials discover track tampering in Washington
(Source: The Columbian, September 27, 2011)
COLUMBIA, Wash. — Someone tampered with BNSF Railway tracks in a dozen spots between Felida and Chehalis on Monday, prompting railway officials to halt train traffic for a few hours and call out railway police. Nine trains, including both freight and Amtrak, were delayed.
Full story: The Columbian
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
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