Railroad investigator John Hiatt said Tuesday that Positive Train Control (PTC), a system designed to automatically stop a train before an accident occurs, could have prevented the Amtrak train derailment in Washington state.
Before a speech about national security on Monday, President Donald Trump addressed the Amtrak train derailment in Washington state, saying the tragedy reinforces the need for a new infrastructure plan.
Multiple fatalities and injuries are reported after an Amtrak train derailed near Tacoma, Washington, early Monday morning.
An Amtrak train in Florida yesterday ripped a car in half, yet all three passengers inside the vehicle miraculously survived.
President Obama has now joined the chorus of Democrats who are suggesting that the Amtrak derailment highlights the need for more infrastructure spending. House Speaker John Boehner slammed the Democrats for bringing up a lack of spending, given that the Amtrak train was speeding at more than 100 mph
A 20-year-old Navy midshipman was among the victims of Tuesday’s Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia.
Rick Leventhal brought us the latest details this morning on the Amtrak train derailment, including new information on the engineer who was at the controls. He said Brandon Bostian, 32, has been identified as the engineer and that he is not talking to authorities about the crash.
Peter Doocy reported the latest information moments ago on the deadly Amtrak train derailment. The death toll has now reached seven. A total of more than 200 people were treated for injuries. Several remain in critical condition.
Judge Andrew Napolitano explained what happens next for the victims of the Amtrak train crash. So far, at least six passengers have been confirmed dead, with more than 140 injured, including six critically. Others are said to be missing.
Some remain unaccounted for this morning after the deadly Amtrak train crash near Philadelphia. Tuesday night's crash left at least six people dead and more than 140 injured, including six critically.
A New Jersey police officer called in to "Fox and Friends" this morning to detail his heroic actions to save passengers aboard the Amtrak train that crashed near Philadelphia last night.
An Amtrak train carrying 238 passengers and five crew members has derailed and crashed in Philadelphia.