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« on: December 20, 2017, 12:05:09 am »


from The Seattle Times....

• Multiple deaths after Amtrak train derails from bridge onto Interstate 5






Emergency responders arrive en masse to the Monday morning detrainment of an Amtrak passenger train in the Nisqually area. — Photograph: Steve Bloom/The Olympian.
Emergency responders arrive en masse to the Monday morning detrainment of an Amtrak passenger train in the Nisqually area.
 — Photograph: Steve Bloom/The Olympian.


The southbound lanes of Interstate 5 were blocked near Mounts Road in Pierce County after a train derailed off an overpass on Monday morning. — Photograph: Washington State Department of Transportation.
The southbound lanes of Interstate 5 were blocked near Mounts Road in Pierce County after a train derailed off an overpass
on Monday morning. — Photograph: Washington State Department of Transportation.


The scene of the train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of the train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
The scene of a train derailment near Mounts Road and Interstate 5 on Monday. — Photograph: Pierce County Sheriff's Department.

The lead engine and wreckage of an Amtrak train sit in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 after the Monday morning derailment south of Dupont. — Photograph: Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times.
The lead engine and wreckage of an Amtrak train sit in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 after the Monday morning derailment
south of Dupont. — Photograph: Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times.


An Amtrak train derailed,  falling off a bridge and onto Interstate 5 near Dupont on Monday. This view looks southwest over the southbound lanes. The lead engine is seen on the highway beyond the overpass. — Photograph: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times.
An Amtrak train derailed,  falling off a bridge and onto Interstate 5 near Dupont on Monday. This view looks southwest over the
southbound lanes. The lead engine is seen on the highway beyond the overpass. — Photograph: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times.


An Amtrak southbound train derailed south of Mounts Road SW overpass onto the I-5 southbound lanes on Monday. — Photograph: Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times.
An Amtrak southbound train derailed south of Mounts Road SW overpass onto the I-5 southbound lanes on Monday.
 — Photograph: Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times.


Emergency crews work after an Amtrak train derailed, falling off a bridge and onto Interstate 5 near Mounts Road between Dupont and Olympia, Washington, on Monday. The lead engine can be seen at left. — Photograph: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times.
Emergency crews work after an Amtrak train derailed, falling off a bridge and onto Interstate 5 near Mounts Road between Dupont
and Olympia, Washington, on Monday. The lead engine can be seen at left. — Photograph: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times.


An Amtrak train derailed and fell off a bridge, landing on Interstate 5 between Dupont and Olympia, Washington, on Monday. The lead engine can be seen in the southbound lanes near a firetruck. — Photograph: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times.
An Amtrak train derailed and fell off a bridge, landing on Interstate 5 between Dupont and Olympia, Washington, on Monday.
The lead engine can be seen in the southbound lanes near a firetruck. — Photograph: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times.


The Amtrak train derailed and fell off a bridge, landing on southbound Interstate 5 near Mounts Road, between Lakewood and Olympia, Washington. This view looks northeast, with the lead engine in the foreground near a firetruck. — Photograph: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times.
The Amtrak train derailed and fell off a bridge, landing on southbound Interstate 5 near Mounts Road, between Lakewood
and Olympia, Washington. This view looks northeast, with the lead engine in the foreground near a firetruck.
 — Photograph: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times.




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 • PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY: Photos from Amtrak train derailment near Olympia — December 18th, 2017

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« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2017, 08:44:29 am »

Screwing around on his mobile while driving?
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« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2017, 06:53:53 pm »


More like a stupid Trump supporter. You have to be stupid to support that stupid clown.
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« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2017, 06:53:59 pm »


from The Seattle Times....

Amtrak train was traveling 50 mph over limit when it derailed at curve before I-5 crossing


An NTSB investigator looks over the crumpled vehicle pulled from under the Amtrak bridge on Tuesday at the site of the fatal train derailment near DuPont. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.
An NTSB investigator looks over the crumpled vehicle pulled from under the Amtrak bridge on Tuesday
at the site of the fatal train derailment near DuPont. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.


NTSB investigators, center wearing green vests, walk near the bridge over I-5 where the Amtrak train derailed. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.
NTSB investigators, center wearing green vests, walk near the bridge over I-5 where the Amtrak train derailed.
 — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.


One of the damaged train cars is trucked away from the scene of the fatal Amtrak derailment as work continues at the site on Tuesday morning. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.
One of the damaged train cars is trucked away from the scene of the fatal Amtrak derailment as work continues at the site
on Tuesday morning. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.


The investigation continues throughout Tuesday on the freeway overpass where an Amtrak Cascades train derailed on Monday. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.
The investigation continues throughout Tuesday on the freeway overpass where an Amtrak Cascades train derailed on Monday.
 — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.


Damaged Amtrak train cars were loaded onto trucks on Tuesday morning and hauled away from the derailment site along Interstate 5 between Lakewood and Olympia. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.
Damaged Amtrak train cars were loaded onto trucks on Tuesday morning and hauled away from the derailment site along Interstate 5
between Lakewood and Olympia. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.


This view, looking south along Interstate 5, shows the continuing derailment investigation as well as the effort to remove the damaged cars from the scene near DuPont. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.
This view, looking south along Interstate 5, shows the continuing derailment investigation as well as the effort to remove
the damaged cars from the scene near DuPont. — Photograph: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times.


Crews began to remove derailed train cars on the trestle early Tuesday, but wreckage remained visible below. — Photograph: Christine Clarridge/The Seattle Times.
Crews began to remove derailed train cars on the trestle early Tuesday, but wreckage remained visible below.
 — Photograph: Christine Clarridge/The Seattle Times.


Seats are jammed together with other debris on an upside-down Amtrak train car taken from the scene of Monday's deadly crash onto Interstate 5. — Photograph: Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press.
Seats are jammed together with other debris on an upside-down Amtrak train car taken on Tuesday from the scene of Monday's
deadly crash onto Interstate 5. — Photograph: Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press.


Two damaged train cars are carried on flatbed trailers from the scene of Monday's fatal Amtrak train crash onto Interstate 5 at DuPont. The investigation and cleanup continued throughout Tuesday. — Photograph: Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press.
Two damaged train cars are carried on flatbed trailers from the scene of Monday's fatal Amtrak train crash onto Interstate 5 at DuPont.
The investigation and cleanup continued throughout Tuesday. — Photograph: Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press.


A damaged Amtrak train car is lowered from an overpass at the scene of Monday's deadly train crash onto Interstate 5 at DuPont. — Photograph: Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press.
A damaged Amtrak train car is lowered from an overpass at the scene of Monday's deadly train crash onto Interstate 5 at DuPont.
 — Photograph: Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press.


The rear car of a crashed Amtrak train remained standing early Tuesday where the southbound tracks make a curve to the left. The train that plunged off an overpass at that site was going much higher than the speed limit, federal authorities said. — Photograph: Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press.
The rear car of a crashed Amtrak train remained standing early Tuesday where the southbound tracks make a curve to the left.
The train that plunged off an overpass at that site was going much higher than the speed limit, federal authorities said.
 — Photograph: Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press.




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Related to this topic:

 • PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY: Investigation continues at scene of fatal Amtrak train derailment

 • Amtrak train derailment survivor: ‘It sounded like being on the inside of an aluminum can being crushed’

 • Longtime rail advocates among those killed in Amtrak train derailment in Washington state

 • Amtrak derailment: I-5 closed until Tuesday at least, alternative routes ‘full of traffic’

 • These are some of the people who rushed to help survivors of the Amtrak train derailment

 • Here is a rundown of serious train crashes, derailments nationwide

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« Reply #4 on: December 21, 2017, 08:40:31 am »

"More like a stupid Trump supporter. You have to be stupid to support that stupid clown."

Have you booked in for therapy for your Trump/America obsession?
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