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"HOBOKEN, N.J. — Three days after an NJ Transit train barreled into the platform at Hoboken Terminal, federal investigators said they were still stymied Saturday by destruction at the site, making it impossible for officials to enter the train and look for clues for the cause of the deadly crash.", www.khou.com
"WASHINGTON (AP) — More than seven years after an airline captain saved 155 lives by ditching his crippled airliner in the Hudson River, now the basis of a new movie, most of the safety recommendations stemming from the accident haven't been carried out.", www.usnews.com
"An engine fan blade that showed signs of metal fatigue broke off, causing the emergency landing of a Southwest Airlines jet last month, investigators say. The plane landed in Florida after shrapnel from the broken engine hit the fuselage, leaving a 5-by-16-inch hole in the outer layer of aluminum above the left wing and causing the plane to lose cabin pressure. The National Transportation Safety Board released the details in an update Monday to its investigation of the Aug. 27 incident. In an email, Southwest spokeswoman Lisa Tiller said the airline is “continuing to work closely with the NTSB on the investigation of this unique and extremely rare event.” The NTSB said initial laboratory findings indicated that an area of the titanium-alloy blade stub about 1 inch long and one-fifth of an inch deep showed signs “consistent with fatigue crack growth.” Agrium and the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan signed an all-stock merger, creating the largest", www.sfgate.com
"(AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the cause of a chlorine leak at a West Virginia chemical plant that prompted some communities nearby to evacuate and workers to seek medical attention. The Charleston Gazette-Mail (http://bit.ly/2bWnUvJ ) reports that the NTSB announced its decision Wednesday to investigate the leak at Axiall Corp.'s chemical plant in Natrium.", www.chron.com
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