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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Rose Louese Mayr
CSX trains were expected to begin moving through Ellicott City Thursday, resuming freight service on a route that was blocked after a train derailment killed two young women, company officials said.
A federal investigator said Wednesday that a coal train that derailed in Maryland was going the authorized speed of 25 miles per hour with the engineer-in-training at the controls before the fatal accident.
A train hauling coal derailed on a bridge in this city's historic district, killing two college students who had been drinking together and hanging out on the tracks. Nearly two dozen railroad cars flipped over, including some that fell onto vehicles in a parking lot below the bridge, officials said.
"Levitating," Ms. Mayr wrote.
"Looking down on old ec," wrote Rose Louese Mayr, who posted an image of downtown Ellicott City.