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.
Federal investigators, still looking for answers in the crash that caused a train to derail and explode. And now we’re hearing about a split-second decision that may have saved lives.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is getting tougher on DWI offenders.
The National Transportation Safety Board is calling for major changes when it comes to drunk driving laws after new statistics show a deadly link to wrong-way crashes.
Federal investigators issue a preliminary report into last month’s Ellicott City train derailment.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has revised some information on the train derailment in Ellicott City based on its investigation at the scene.
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.
Nine dead, eighty injured. Three years ago today, the worst accident in Washington D.C. Metro history happened.
Metro says it has completed installation of a key rail safety enhancement recommended by the National Transportation Safety Board.
A photograph that appears to show an open panel on one airplane wing is among the evidence the National Transportation Safety Board will review from a deadly West Virginia air show crash. Maryland State Police pilot Dave Cooper noticed the detail in a picture in The Journal, obtained it from photographer Ron Agnir and shared it with the NTSB.
Maryland State Police are identifying a man killed when a glider crashed into trees near St. Mary’s County Regional Airport in southern Maryland.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released interviews, pictures and other information from its investigations of three Metro accidents, including one in which two workers were killed when a maintenance truck backed into them in January 2010.