Philadelphia Amtrak Crash in 2016 Blamed on Lax Safety
November 15, 2017
A Philadelphia Amtrak crash in 2016 that killed two maintenance workers was blamed on a lax safety culture that had permeated the government-owned railroad, federal investigators said Tuesday.
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