B train crash in Indiana

A derailment caused a serious train crash in Bloomington, Indiana. Investigators examining the wreckage say the derailment was due to conductor fatigue. The conductor attempted a sharp turn at too great a speed. He had been working for more than nine hours without a break.

The logs, which were Lincoln Logs, were scattered all over an open field. Fortunately the crash did not occur when the train was in an urban area.

Read more: Conductor Fatigue Blamed In Massive Model Train Crash

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