A Washington D.C.-bound Amtrak train derailed in central Vermont Monday morning, injuring at least seven people, including one seriously. Initial reports say that five cars of the “Vermonter” train, which runs from northern Vermont to D.C., ran off the tracks after hitting a rock slide about 10:30 am. Two of the train cars tumbled over a bank, NBC News reported. One passenger on the train told NBC that the ride was going along smoothly until the engineer slammed on the brakes and “all hell broke loose.” He said he and his wife “were tossed around a bit” but weren’t hurt. ... Read More
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