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.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has revised some information on the train derailment in Ellicott City based on its investigation at the scene.
Much of Ellicott City is still off limits because of the debris and cleanup from the train derailment on Tuesday.
The derailment is causing big problems for people living and working in Ellicott City.
Funeral arrangements have been made for two 19-year-old college students killed when a train derailed in Ellicott City early Tuesday morning.
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.
Deadly derailment. Historic Ellicott City shut down after more than a dozen coal cars go off the tracks, killing two young women.The impact is really a one, two punch in town: the emotional shock and the financial hit to businesses.
Train tragedy. Two teenagers were killed as a CSX train derailed in the middle of downtown Ellicott City.
Two college students were killed in the train derailment early Tuesday morning.
A serious accident caused problems in Howard County on Thursday afternoon.