CAYCE, S.C. (WIS) - After meeting for a little more than two hours, officials with the National Transportation Safety Board determined management with CSX was at the root of a train crash that took place in February 2018.
The crash happened on February 4, 2018, after a southbound Amtrak train was diverted from the main track using a hand-thrown switch, according to officials. The Amtrak train collided head-on with a CSX train killing the engineer and conductor.
Officials said at least 92 people traveling on the Amtrak were taken to receive medical treatment.
You can read NTSB’s official news release on the incident here.