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US trying to determine if train driver was using phone

he controls of the train in a deadly derailment in Philadelphia. The National Transportation Safety Board said yesterday records show calls were made, texts were sent and data was used on Brandon Bostian's phone the day of the crash. They say they're ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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NTSB official: We haven't contacted Amtrak engineer — but we will soon

share share tweet pin email National Transportation Safety Board official Robert Sumwalt says investigators still haven't contacted Brandon Bostian, the engineer at the controls of the Amtrak train that derailed Tuesday in ...
 NBCNews.com2 weeks ago 5 Technologies That Could Have Prevented Transportation Disasters  Time2 weeks ago Amtrak engineer tried to stop train  The Hill2 weeks ago Amtrak Train That Derailed Was Speeding, NTSB Says  Time2 weeks ago
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CBS US News: ​What the NTSB will investigate in Amtrak derailment

The National Transportation Safety Board says it will be focusing on why Amtrak Train 188 was traveling at 106 mph before it derailed near Philadelphia, killing seven and injuring more than 200. NTSB board member Robert Sumwalt CBS News Robert ...
 CBS News2 weeks ago Watch: Amtrak Train's Black Box Recovered From Crash Site  ABC News2 weeks ago CBS US News: What investigators will be looking for in Amtrak crash probe  CBS News2 weeks ago Investigators Look for Answers in Deadly Amtrak Crash  Newstalk 1290 CJBK2 weeks ago

CBS US News: How technology could have prevented Amtrak derailment

LOS ANGELES -- Late Thursday, the National Transportation safety board emphasized that a technology called positive train control could have prevented Tuesday's deadly derailment . The president of Amtrak, Joseph Boardman, said the railroad has ...
 CBS News2 weeks ago Engineer in Amtrak crash a longtime rail safety advocate  MSN News US2 weeks ago Engineer in Philadelphia train crash has long advocated for rail safety  Los Angeles Times2 weeks ago Engineer of derailed Amtrak train is supporter of stronger safety standards  MSN News US2 weeks ago
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Advanced Safety System Still a Long Way From Station

By M. Alex Johnson For more than four decades, the National Transportation Safety Board badgered presidents and lawmakers to adopt a sophisticated automated railway safety system. It finally got its way, and the system is supposed to be ...
 NBCNews.com2 weeks ago NTSB pushes driver-facing camera systems in report, makes bevy of rec's  Overdrive Online2 weeks ago Amtrak Crash: Advanced Safety System Still a Long Way From the Station - NBCNews.com  Social Dashboard2 weeks ago U.S. Safety Agency Sees Benefits of Onboard Video Systems  Todays Trucking4 weeks ago

Amtrak train over-speeding before derailing

World May 14, 2015 - Updated 00:24 UTC Officials at US National Transportation Safety Board say the Amtrak express train that derailed in Philadelphia was traveling at more than double the speed limit shortly before the crash. NTSB ...
 NHK2 weeks ago Crash site had no speed safety system  NHK2 weeks ago Death toll rises to eight in US train derailment  Gulf Times2 weeks ago Driver has no recollection of fateful Philly train crash  Malaysian Insider2 weeks ago
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NTSB launches wide-ranging probe of Philadelphia train derailment

May 13 (Reuters) - The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board has opened a broad investigation into the cause of the train derailment north of Philadelphia that left at least six people dead, an official for the agency said on Wednesday. "We're ...
 Sharenet2 weeks ago REUTERS - NTSB launches wide-ranging probe of Philadelphia train derailment  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
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NTSB plans media briefing on Amtrak derailment at 5 p.m.

(Reuters) - The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board will hold a media briefing at 5 p.m. on Wednesday in Philadelphia with updates on the Amtrak train derailment that killed at least six people, it said on Twitter. NTSB, which investigates ...
 Yahoo! Canada2 weeks ago
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5 US Aircraft Landed at Wrong Airports Since 2012: National Transportation Safety Board

Five US aircraft, including a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 and an Atlas Air Boeing 747 cargo plane, landed at the wrong airports in recent years due to preventable air traffic control errors, US safety experts said on Monday. While no injuries were reported ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago Five U.S. aircraft landed at wrong airports since 2012, says safety board  Japan Times3 weeks ago REUTERS - Five U.S. aircraft landed at wrong airports since 2012-NTSB  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago

Wind crash link to altitude, lighting

The US National Transportation Safety Board said low-altitude flying and a non-functioning turbine light are the probable causes of a collision in April 2014 between a small plane and a wind turbine in South Dakota that killed four people. The ...
 Renewable Energy News Europe2 weeks ago
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