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National Transportation Safety Board

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    At high schools across Southern California, there was fear, prayers and anxiety as students, teachers and parents awaited word on the fate of teenagers on the bus that crashed in Northern California Thursday night, killing 10 people. At Norte Vista High...
  • Bus crash aftermath: 'We just don't know if they've found her'

    Once word spread that a bus carrying L.A.-area high school students was involved in a fiery crash in Northern California on Thursday night, dozens of parents and classmates frantically called and texted the teenagers, hoping their loved ones weren't among...
  • Investigation into cause of bus crash may take up to 6 months

    ORLAND, Calif. Investigators for the California Highway Patrol and other agencies cautioned Friday that discovering the cause of Thursday's horrific bus crash will be a lengthy process, possibly taking between three to six months. In a press conference...
  • Chicago train was going too fast for emergency system to stop crash

    Chicago train was going too fast for emergency system to stop crash
    A preliminary investigation into the crash of a Chicago Transit Authority train that derailed and jumped onto a passenger platform at the O’Hare International Airport station found that the train was going too fast for the station's automatic...
  • Engineer in NYC train crash had 'severe' sleep apnea, report says

    NEW YORK -- The engineer of a train that derailed after speeding into a tight curve, killing four passengers, suffered from a "severe" sleep disorder, investigators said Monday in a report after the train operator's admission that he "zoned out" shortly...
  • CTA Blue Line train going too fast for emergency brakes to work: NTSB

    CTA Blue Line train going too fast for emergency brakes to work: NTSB
    Too much speed and too little stopping distance were at the root of the Blue Line train crash at O’Hare International Airport last month that injured 33 people, said federal investigators, who on Monday also raised the damage estimate from $6...
  • NYC building collapse subject of federal probe

     NYC building collapse subject of federal probe
    Federal safety authorities launched an investigation on Thursday into a gas explosion that caused the collapse a day earlier of two New York City apartment buildings, killing eight people and injuring dozens of others. The still-smoldering rubble...
  • PG&E criminally charged in gas explosion that killed 8 people

    PG&E criminally charged in gas explosion that killed 8 people
    Utility giant Pacific Gas & Electric was charged Tuesday with federal felony counts related to a deadly gas explosion in San Bruno, Calif., in 2010. According to a statement from the U.S. attorney's office, a federal grand jury in San Francisco found...
  • Early warning might have prevented New York blast, officials say

    Early warning might have prevented New York blast, officials say
    NEW YORK — The caller who reported a gas smell minutes before a deadly explosion that destroyed two Manhattan buildings had noticed the same odor the night before but did not report it at the time, officials said Thursday, indicating the catastrophe...
  • Death toll rises to 7 in N.Y. gas explosion

    NEW YORK -- The death toll from a gas explosion in Manhattan that leveled two buildings on a busy street rose to seven Thursday after rescue teams worked through the night searching for people trapped beneath rubble. Officials at the scene have not...
  • Deadly gas explosion rocks New York City

    NEW YORK — Terrorism. An earthquake. A jet crash. Neighbors thought the worst when a deafening blast shook a busy Manhattan street Wednesday, leveling two buildings, killing at least three people and hurling bricks, concrete and other debris...
  • No wreckage found at site provided by China images

     No wreckage found at site provided by China images
    KUALA LUMPUR/PHU QUOC, Vietnam - Search planes found no sign on Thursday of a missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft in an area where satellite images had shown debris, taking the as-yet fruitless hunt into the sixth day. Adding to the deepening mystery...