Human error was blamed for a train derailment in San Timoteo Canyon earlier this month that scattered 22 rail cars and three locomotives from two trains along the tracks. An engineer’s handling of the brakes as the first train came down a grade triggered the Sept. 7 accident, Union Pacific Railroad spokesman John Bromley said. Speed wasn’t a factor, investigators said. Bromley declined to discuss specifics about how the brakes had been applied.


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  • JRGarland
    JRGarlandabout 4 years ago

    Love the image. Sorry to hear about the accident though.

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