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Vermont / Train Derailment #298526

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 08, 1984
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[Bypassed introduction]

(NYC) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Williston, VT) Investigation into yesterday's derailment of Amtrak train in VT, carrying members of Adventures Unlimited, examined; films shown. [Rescue WORKER - announces discovery of bodies in wreckage.] Death and injury toll mentioned. [National Trans. Safety Board spokesperson Joseph HAYNES - describes scene.] [Central Vermont Railroad spokesperson Jack OVITT - claims tracks will be passable by evening.] Amtrak commercial shown; system's operation with regional railway companies explained. [NTSB spokesperson Patricia GOLDMAN - claims track was inspected day before derailment.] Other train derailments in recent days reviewed.
REPORTER: Steve Young

Dean, Morton;
Young, Steve

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