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Published: 7/3/2014


Norfolk Southern train derailment

Sixteen cars of an eastbound Norfolk Southern train derailed early Thursday, July 3, 2014 at a South Crissey Road crossing in western Lucas County. No one was injured. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

A Norfolk Southern railroad worker walks alongside the derailed train cars. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Norfolk Southern railroad worker walks alongside the derailed train cars.
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Railroad crews inspect the front end of a tanker car, part of a Norfolk Southern train that derailed early Thursday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Railroad crews inspect the front end of a tanker car, part of a Norfolk Southern train that derailed early Thursday.
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The wheels of one of the Norfolk Southern train cars is shown off the tracks. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The wheels of one of the Norfolk Southern train cars is shown off the tracks.
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Officials said the roadway at the Crissey Road railroad crossing was damaged and will be closed for at least a week. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Officials said the roadway at the Crissey Road railroad crossing was damaged and will be closed for at least a week.
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A spectator snaps a photograph of the sixteen car train derailment at the South Crissey Road railroad crossing. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A spectator snaps a photograph of the sixteen car train derailment at the South Crissey Road railroad crossing.
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Ohio State Highway Patrol Lt. William Bowers, left, and Springfield Township Fire Chief Barry Cousino inspect the aftermath of the train derailment. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ohio State Highway Patrol Lt. William Bowers, left, and Springfield Township Fire Chief Barry Cousino inspect the aftermath of the ...
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Norfolk Southern railroad employees inspect the train tracks for damage after the derailment of an eastbound train early Tuesday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Norfolk Southern railroad employees inspect the train tracks for damage after the derailment of an eastbound train early Tuesday....
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A Norfolk Southern employee walks along side a derailed tanker car. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Norfolk Southern employee walks along side a derailed tanker car.
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Ohio State Highway Patrol Lt. William Bowers, left, and Springfield Township Fire Chief Barry Cousino evacuated an area of 800 feet surrounding the wreck as a precaution. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ohio State Highway Patrol Lt. William Bowers, left, and Springfield Township Fire Chief Barry Cousino evacuated an area of 800 ...
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Of the 16 derailed train cars, four remained upright, but 12 others piled up. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Of the 16 derailed train cars, four remained upright, but 12 others piled up.
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In addition to leaving the tracks, some of the train cars were damaged in the derailment. Enlarge | Buy This Photo In addition to leaving the tracks, some of the train cars were damaged in the derailment.
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