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Public Transportation Disasters

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  • Police: School Bus Accident In Portland

    Police are responding to Cox Road where a school bus and a pick truck crashed near Penfield Hill Road, police said.
  • Traffic: Crash stalls traffic in both directions on U.S. 29

    Traffic: Crash stalls traffic in both directions on U.S. 29
    A single-vehicle crash on U.S. 29 in Ellicott City has prompted closures in both directions at the Baltimore National Turnpike exit at the close of Thursday's morning commute, according to the state Department of Transportation. The incident at 8:37 a.m....

    Coyote expected to recover after getting stuck in car grille

    Coyote expected to recover after getting stuck in car grille
    A very lucky young coyote who has been named Vern is recovering from three broken legs but is expected to survive after he was hit by a car and got stuck in the grille. Vern, whose name is taken from Buick Verano, the type of car that struck him, is...

    Ethanol industry pushes back on rail safety improvements

    Ethanol industry pushes back on rail safety improvements
    WASHINGTON Ethanol producers are pushing back hard against new rail safety rules after a federal study found that ethanol poses hazards equal to or greater than crude oil in rail transportation. An analysis of tank car damage in derailments published...

    Chicago, suburbs tell U.S. to tighten crude-oil train rules

    Chicago, suburbs tell U.S. to tighten crude-oil train rules
    Warning that a crude-oil train derailment in the densely populated Chicago area could result in "unthinkable" devastation, city and suburban officials are calling for stricter rules on hazardous material shipments than the federal government has proposed....