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first responders across Region 8 were on scene. What mattered to them is their calling. HOXIE, AR (KAIT) For the second night in a row, NTSB officials addressed the media on the latest information regarding two trains that collided in Hoxie, killing two Union Pacific crew members and injuring two others.NTSB Investigator Mike Hiller explained that the tracks in the area consist of two main tracks that converge into one main track.[NTSB initiates crash investigation, names of victims released]"The southbound train was operating on Reebok Brown Shoes the double main track and the operation plan was to stop this train at a control point and wait for the northbound train to the diverge on the unoccupied double track," Hiller said. "We know this did not happen and a collision occurred right at the control point."Hiller said the NTSB is still in the process of Saucony Dirty Snow Ii
gathering evidence from the signal system to determine why the train headed toward Little Rock did not stop. Hiller said investigations Monday show the crew was given signals for "advanced approach.""This signals the train crew to slow their train and be ready to stop at the next signal."Hiller said the northbound train was given signals for a "diverging route.""This means the northbound train would leave the single track and switch to the unoccupied track on the double main," Hiller said during Monday's press conference.Investigators did not say who was at fault for the collision.The National Transportation Safety Board was also able to shed light on what the trains were carrying.The train headed North from Little Rock to St. Louis was hauling 92 cars. Hiller explained that 18 were tank cars. While seven were empty, 11 of those were carrying hazardous material. None of those cars were damaged in the accident, according to Investigator Hiller.The southbound train, headed toward Little Rock, was hauling 86 cars. Twenty of those were also hauling hazardous materials."Again, none of these cars were damaged with the exception of the one alcohols car," Hiller said.Neither of the trains were carrying petroleum crude oil.Hiller said investigators are now in the process of collecting documents and taking measurements in the accident area.Mechanical teams for the NTSB are completing brake inspections on the equipment that did not derail. Information will also be gathered on the maintenance of the equipment involved in the accident and their inspection records.Hiller said the operations and human performance teams for NTSB will be conducting interviews with Union Pacific employees and local first responders over the next few days.
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