Three former employees of the now-defunct Montreal Maine and Atlantic Railway (MM&A) were arraigned in a Canadian court Tuesday on 47 counts of criminal negligence in connection with the July 2013 train derailment that set off the deadliest rail disaster in Canadian history since 1864. Train operations manager Jean Demaitre, railway traffic controller Richard Labrie, and engineer Tom Harding each face multiple counts of criminal negligence, one count for each of the 47 people killed in the disaster. In Canadian court, one count of criminal negligence carries a maximum penalty of life in prison. The charges come about 10 months ... Read More
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