According to our media partner, the Baltimore Sun, CSX has reached a settlement with the families of two teens killed in a CSX coal train derailment in 2012.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a broken rail caused a coal train derailment in 2012 that killed two teens who were sitting on a railroad bridge in Ellicott City.
It’s been nearly two years since a CSX train derailed in Ellicott City, crushing two teenagers sitting on a railroad bridge. Now the NTSB has released an extensive report on what may have caused the deadly incident.
The tragic deaths of two teens are remembered a year later. The college students were killed in a train derailment in Howard County.
As the investigation into a fatal train derailment in Ellicott City continues, county leaders are taking extra steps to make the train tracks safe.
Ellicott City continues mourning the deaths of two young women killed when coal cars derailed on a CSX train on Monday night.
Four days after a deadly train derailment, Ellicott City is back open for business. Roads reopened in the center of town as questions still swirl about what caused that train to go off the tracks.
Autopsy results are released for the two young women killed in the train derailment in Howard County as investigators make significant progress.
Investigators are still trying to answer questions about how a CSX train went off the tracks in Ellicott City, killing two teenagers. Both the cleanup and investigation are a painstaking process.
The Tuesday morning CSX train derailment that killed two young women in Ellicott City is highlighting the dangers of trespassing on that bridge where the two teens died.
Two college students were killed in the train derailment early Tuesday morning.