Driver error. The truck driver who collided with a CSX train before it exploded in Rosedale last month is hit with charges.
Four years after the deadliest crash in the D.C. Metro system’s history, serious concerns remain over safety for a growing number of Maryland commuters.
Panic and confusion. That’s clearly heard on 911 calls from the Rosedale train explosion. More than 30 calls were released Friday.
The first official report is out on that massive train explosion in Rosedale, Baltimore County last month.
Finally, there are some answers in the CSX train derailment and explosion that shook Rosedale last month. The NTSB reveals the crossing where the train collided with a truck gave almost no warning for drivers; the stop signs were barely visible.
Crews are on the scene of another train derailment in Baltimore County–this time in Lansdowne.
The explosion shook many in and around Baltimore and now the NTSB has released its first comprehensive update on the Rosedale train/truck crash.
The driver of a truck that was hit by a CSX train and caused its derailment has been released from the hospital.
Many Rosedale businesses are still picking up the pieces. WJZ is getting a firsthand look at some of the damage caused from Tuesday afternoon’s train derailment and explosion.
An Amtrak spokeswoman says its Northeast Corridor service is not being affected by a freight train accident and explosion near Baltimore.
CSX Corp. says no one was hurt in a derailment of 73 cars on a coal train in western Maryland.
Federal investigators issue a preliminary report into last month’s Ellicott City train derailment.