CP derailment victims remembered as by-the-book family men

(Source: Globe and Mail, February 5, 2019)

CALGARY Andy Dockrell was such a stickler for the rules that he would often break out the Canadian Pacific Railway regulations to chide co-workers on how to do everything by the book. That diligence was a major reason Chris Dyson was so shocked on Monday when he heard that his former colleague was the locomotive engineer driving the grain train that crashed in the Rocky Mountains near Field, B.C., killing Mr. Dockrell, conductor Dylan Paradis and trainee Daniel Waldenberger-Bulmer.

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