Spain Experiences its Worst Train Accident in 40 Years

An increase in train derailments was one of the first symptoms of the approach of Planet X to become noticeable, being expressed even before Planet X entered the inner solar system in 2003.

Planet X was described as affecting the Earth from afar, like tugging on the edge of a spider web where the effects are felt elsewhere on the web; in this way there has been an increase in earthquakes and unpredictable weather going back years, even before Planet X entered the solar system, due to the increased swirling of the Earth’s core.

It is therefore logical that an increase in train derailments would accompany any increase in seismic activity – train tracks need to be straight and even the slightest shift to the side of a section of track would cause a train to derail.

The area most affected by train derailments is the stretch zone.  Stretch zone quakes are silent, and people are generally unaware anything is happening, although signs such as booms and trumpet sounds can occur.

This zone stretches from Western Europe across the Eurasian Plate, and also includes the South-East United States, the St. Lawrence Seaway, the Red Sea and the African Rift.

In other parts of the world, shifting ground is more associated with earthquakes that people are aware of, such as the Pacific which is compressing, so authorities inspect railway tracks after any seismic activity, reducing the likelihood of accidents.



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Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 26, 2020 at 3:24am 

Sulphuric Acid train derails near Usakos

News - National | 2020-08-25

A TANKER with Sulphuric Acid derailed between Kransburg and Usakos and spilled the acid which damaged train tracks on Monday.

The derailed tanker was part of a 21-wagon train that was transporting the corrosive sulphuric acid from Tsumeb to Arandis.

“A derailment of a sulphuric acid tanker occurred during the early morning hours of 24 August 2020 at approximately 00h30,” corporate communications manager Abigail Raubenheimer said in a statement on Tuesday

She said the derailed tanker spilt the acid but TransNamib's emergency response plan was activated immediately and the spillage was contained.

No injuries occurred but four metres of rail tracks were damaged and repair work was initiated. 

“TransNamib expects the repairs to be finalised today and for operations to continue. We apologise to our customers for the inconvenience caused,” Raubenheimer said

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 25, 2020 at 1:44am Train derails in Washington County, Tennessee, no injuries reported

Train derails in Washington County, Tennessee, no injuries reported

The cleanup continues after a Norfolk Southern train derailment in Washington County, Tennessee.

It happened late Sunday night in the Telford area of the county.

A total of ten cars jumped the track.

The mixed-freight train was en route from Chattanooga to Roanoke, Virginia at the time.

A cause of derailment is under investigation.

A Norfolk Southern Railway train derailed in Washington County, Tennessee, early Monday morning.

According to officials, 10 cars derailed near Rauhof Road. That's near the Telford and Limestone communities.

No hazardous material was released and no injuries have been reported.

Several roads in the area are currently impacted and will remain so until cleanup is complete.

Those include Matthews Mill, Rauhof Road and Washington College Station.

Crews from Norfolk Southern Railway will be on scene Monday morning to begin clearing the derailed cars.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 24, 2020 at 4:37am


Train derails north of Laramie

    • Aug 22, 2020

A train derailed north of Laramie on Saturday morning. 

No injuries occurred when the train derailed around 6 a.m., said Union Pacific spokeswoman Raquel Espinoza. She said the derailment occurred near Bosler, a tiny enclave about 15 minutes north of Laramie.

The train, which was comprised of 57 rail cars, was carrying corn when it came off the tracks, Espinoza said. 

Union Pacific has dispatched heavy equipment to clear the area and determine what may have caused the accident, she said.

The train was on its way to Rawlins from North Platte, Nebraska. 

People also took to social media on Saturday to post photos and videos of the derailment. The photos showed what appeared to be grain spilling out of the mangled cars, some of which were upside down.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 21, 2020 at 3:04am

Train derails in northern Italy, three injured

ROME (Reuters) – Three people were slightly injured after a local train derailed on Wednesday in the northern Italian region of Lombardy, Trenord, the rail company that operates the line, said.

The only passenger travelling on the train was given first aid on site but was then transported to hospital for precaution, a statement by Trenord said, adding that the driver and the conductor had been mildly injured too.

The line connects Milan and the Lake Como, and crosses a rich, industrial area known as Brianza, northeast of Italy’s financial capital.

The accident left three carriages derailed close to the station of the small town of Carnate, the statement said. The cause of the accident was being investigated, it added.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 19, 2020 at 2:26am

Train derails near Conrad Montana

August 17 2020

A train wreck south of Conrad starts a small fire Monday evening.

The Pondera County Sheriff's Office says 12 cars were derailed and started a fire in the nearby field that engulfed a few hay-bails.

Crews were able to quickly put out the fire and no one was reported injured.

The Sheriff's office says Information is limited at this time and we will update this story as more is made available. 

Comment by Tracie Crespo on August 12, 2020 at 2:56pm

Serious injuries' after passenger train derails near Stonehaven during storms

Media captionSeveral fire and ambulance crews were called to the scene near Stonehaven

Serious injuries have been reported after a passenger train derailed near Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire as storms caused disruption across Scotland.

A major incident has been declared and about 30 emergency service vehicles - including air ambulance support - have been called to the scene.

Smoke was seen coming from the area.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon described it as an "extremely serious incident" and said there were early reports of "serious injuries".

Speaking in the Scottish Parliament, she said: "My immediate thoughts, and the thoughts of those across the chamber, are with all those involved."

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "I am saddened to learn of the very serious incident in Aberdeenshire and my thoughts are with all of those affected. My thanks to the emergency services at the scene."

Emergency services at the scene

The incident took place at Carmont near Stonehaven as torrential rain and thunderstorms caused flooding and travel disruption across many parts of central and eastern Scotland.

The train was made up of two locomotives - at the front and back - and four carriages.

It is understood that the front locomotive and three passenger carriages have left the track and are now sitting on an embankment.

British Transport Police said its officers had been called to the scene of the derailment at about 09:43.

A few minutes later, Network Rail tweeted that there had been reports of a landslip at Carmont.Presentational white space

NHS Grampian confirmed it was on a "major incident footing", and ScotRail said it was assisting the emergency services.

Kevin Lindsay, the Scottish organiser for train drivers' union Aslef, said: "We are aware that this is an extremely serious incident and our thoughts are with everyone involved."

The RMT union's Mick Lynch said: "The facts behind this ‎incident will need to be established in due course, but at this stage we are focused on support and assistance and our thoughts are with all those impacted by this tragedy."

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 12, 2020 at 3:38am

Strong winds ‘likely’ toppled train in western Oklahoma

Updated: 3:14 PM CDT Aug 11, 2020

A BNSF Railways train derailment in western Oklahoma was “likely” caused by wind gusts of up to 70 mph, National Weather Service meteorologist Phillip Ware said Tuesday.

The strong winds and the derailment both occurred at approximately 8:30 p.m. Monday, Ware said.

“It appears very likely that they were related,” Ware said.

The train was traveling from Amarillo, Texas, to northwestern Ohio when 16 cars derailed, according to BNSF spokesperson Courtney Wallace.

“There are no injuries to the crew and none of the derailed cars contain hazmat. We have crews on site working to restore both main tracks. The current time for reopening is undetermined,” Wallace said in a statement.

Ware said the Oklahoma storm was not part of the derecho that swept across the Midwest on Monday with 100 mph winds and power similar to an inland hurricane, blowing over trees, flipping vehicles and causing widespread property damage from Chicago into Indiana and Michigan.

“The storms we had (Monday) night originated over Kansas and the western Texas Panhandle and just congealed over our area,” Ware said.

and another:

Train hauling rock derails in Festus, firefighters say

FESTUS, Mo. ( -- Crews are cleaning up after a train derailed in Festus Monday afternoon.

According to the Festus Fire Department, about 10 rail cars overturned on the Union Pacific tracks at the West City Park Crossing

No injuries were reported.

The train was hauling rock and no hazardous materials were spilled. 

Firefighters say the crossing is closed.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 1, 2020 at 9:55am

BNSF train cars derail near Yakima River bridge in Richland, causes traffic backups

JULY 31, 2020 06:03 PM 

Nine train cars carrying grain derailed near the Yakima River train bridge Friday afternoon.

Firefighters were called to the area just after 4 p.m. when the BNSF rail cars went off the track.

Columbia Park Trail and Steptoe Street are closed while the crews worked to clear the area.

The closures caused traffic to back up, including on Highway 240.

No one was hurt, and nothing was spilled

and another:

Coimbra train crash: Two dead after train derails in Portugal

July 31 2020

A high-speed train has derailed in the Portuguese district of Coimbra, killing two and injuring at least 30 others.

The train was travelling north from Lisbon to Braga, with scheduled stops in the cities of Coimbra and Porto.

However, at about 15:30 (14:30GMT) it crashed into a railway maintenance machine in the town of Soure.

President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa said that he offered "his condolences to the families and friends of those killed" in this "serious accident".

The country's national relief operations authority CNOS told Reuters news agency that emergency services were at the scene.

A spokesman said there were 163 rescue personnel, including firefighters, and two medical helicopters.

There were 240 passengers on board the Alfa Pendular train, which is the fastest in Portugal, they said.

A witness told Portuguese newspaper Diário de Noticias that there was panic inside the train at the time of the crash.

"I thought I was going to die," they said. "The carriage took about 10 or 15 seconds to stop. People were screaming and lying on the ground. Then the carriage started to fill with dust.

"We were stuck inside the carriage, because the doors were destroyed. Someone managed to break one of them and we started to get out and help other people get out."

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on July 31, 2020 at 9:31pm

Continued highway delays while Deacons Corner train derailment clean up continues

Updated July 31, 2020 2:33 pm

Heading out east to the lake this long weekend? It will take a little longer than usual.

Eastbound traffic on Highway 1 East is down to a single lane while the clean up of a train derailment east of Deacons Corner continues.

Traffic was backed up for approximately five kilometres Friday at noon.

A CN train went off the tracks just east of Winnipeg Thursday afternoon.

The Rural Municipality of Springfield Fire Department and RCMP confirmed a train derailed roughly three kilometres east of Deacons Corner near the Trans-Canada Highway.

A spokesperson from CN said 26 cars carrying potash derailed and no dangerous goods were involved

The company says the derailment caused a minor fire, but no injuries were reported.

Emergency crews including fire, EMS, RCMP and CN Police, were all on scene.

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on July 29, 2020 at 9:07pm

Train derails on Arizona bridge that collapses, catches fire

July 29 2020

Officials say a freight train traveling on a bridge that spans a lake in a Phoenix suburb has derailed, setting the bridge ablaze and partially collapsing the structure

PHOENIX (AP) — A freight train traveling on a bridge that spans a lake in a Phoenix suburb derailed Wednesday, setting the bridge ablaze and partially collapsing the structure, officials said.

Video images showed huge flames and thick black smoke rising into the air and three train cars in a park next to Tempe Town Lake.

None of the train's crew members were hurt but there was a report of someone suffering from smoke inhalation, said Tim McMahan, a spokesman for Union Pacific Railroad. He said he did not know how many crew members were aboard when the train derailed.

Fire officials in the suburb of Tempe said the derailment happened at about 6 a.m. and that about 90 firefighters were at the scene.

Between eight and 10 of the train's cars caught fire, McMahan said. Several carried lumber and the three that fell to the ground beneath the bridge were tank cars.

Two were carrying cyclohexanone, a pale and oily liquid that is toxic and flammable. McMahan said a third tank car was carrying a “rubber material" but did not provide further details.

McMahan said the tank cars were not involved in the ensuing blaze and it appeared none of them had any leaks.

Investigators with the Federal Railroad Administration were dispatched to start a preliminary investigation, the agency said in a statement.

The bridge had its annual inspection earlier this month, McMahan said.

Fire witness Camille Kimball told she was riding her bike in the park below the bridge minutes before the derailment.

“I turned around to look and got the fright of my life,” Kimball said. “Now there’s fire pouring into the lake from the middle of the bridge. ... It looks like a scene from hell, truly.”

The 2.5-mile (4-kilometer) Tempe Town Lake is is a popular recreation spot for jogging, cycling and boating and close to Arizona State University.

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