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A member of a film crew struck by a freight train in southeast Georgia while making a movie about Gregg Allman sued the singer and the film's producers Wednesday, saying the collision left her with permanent injuries and post-traumatic stress.
Virginia environmental officials have served a notice of violation with CSX stemming from the April 30 train derailment in Lynchburg.
Singer Gregg Allman was sued Wednesday along with movie producers, a railroad company and others accused of being responsible for the February death of a young camera assistant when a freight train slammed into a film crew in southeast Georgia.
Early reviews found no human error or mechanical failure that could have caused a fiery derailment of an oil train in downtown Lynchburg, Virginia, the National Transportation Safety Board said Friday.
CSX says several railcars carrying coal derailed in Bowie, but no injuries have been reported.
The latest in a string of fiery oil-train wrecks brought renewed demands Thursday that the Obama administration quickly tighten regulations governing the burgeoning practice of transporting highly combustible crude by rail.
Two locomotives and three freight cars of a CSX train derailed near the East Carolina University campus, leading to leakage of a chemical for fertilizer.
A block-long section of a residential street collapsed during heavy rains Wednesday afternoon, sending cars sliding down a steep embankment onto railroad tracks and forcing the evacuation of several houses. No one was injured.
Railroad company CSX is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit stemming from the death of a Putnam County teenager who was hit by a train.