Train Was Speeding When It Derailed, NTSB Says

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An Amtrak passenger train derailed onto Interstate 5 in DuPont, Wash., on Monday morning resulting in injuries and deaths. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by David Ryder

The National Transportation Safety Board says the train that derailed Monday as it made its way from Seattle to Portland was going more that twice the posted speed limit when it jumped the tracks on a bridge over a busy interstate highway.

“Preliminary indications are that the train was traveling 80 miles per hour in a 30 mile-per-hour track,” NTSB member Bella Dinh-Zarr said Tuesday.

Three people where killed and more than 100 injured when one of two engines and 12 cars derailed, many of them tumbling onto a busy interstate highway below.

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  1. I’d buy this speeding “reason” with a grain of salt. This is exactly what they said when an Amtrak passenger train derailed several months ago only to learn the truth several months later that it was ANTIFA terrorists (Hillary’s gangsters) who sabotaged the train causing it to derail.
    More likely it’s another false flag. The CIA and Deep State are apt to anything…

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