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Calif. rail agency: Engineer's error caused wreck (AP via Yahoo! News)
A commuter train engineer who ran a stop signal was blamed Saturday for the nation's deadliest rail disaster in 15 years, a wreck that killed 25 people and left such a mass of smoldering, twisted metal that it took nearly a day to recover all the bodies.

California train crash engineer employed by French company (AFP via Yahoo! News)
The engineer who was implicated in a deadly train collision Friday near Los Angeles was employed by the French company Veolia, which operates the southern-California Metrolink commuter railway, officials said Sunday.

Engineer may have been texting (Seattle Times)
Federal investigators plan to subpoena the cellphone records of the engineer who is said to have been exchanging text messages in the minutes...

NTSB: Dispatcher Tried To Warn Engineer Of Red Light (NBC 11 Bay Area)
A Metrolink dispatcher tried to warn an engineer that he had run a red light just before the crash that killed 26 people and injured more than 130 others.

Dispatcher tried to warn engineer in LA rail crash (AP via Yahoo! News)
A dispatcher tried to warn the engineer of a Metrolink commuter train that he was about to collide with a freight train but the call came too late, rail officials investigating the crash that killed 25 people said Sunday.

Metrolink: Engineer Texted Teen Moments Before Crash (Fox News)
Federal investigators said they will seek the cell phone records of two teenagers and a train engineer as they probe whether text messages factored into a fiery commuter train crash that killed 25 people in America's worst rail disaster in 15 years.

U.S. to subpoena engineer phone records (UPI)
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- Investigators will subpoena cell-phone records of the commuter train engineer in Friday's fatal collision with a freight train near Los Angeles, officials said.

L.A. Train Crash Inquiry Targets Engineer's Actions (NPR)
Federal investigators say a Los Angeles commuter train engineer missed two verbal safety checks just moments before he slammed head-on into a freight train Friday. They're also trying to determine whether the engineer ? who died in the crash ? was using his cell phone.

NTSB to examine train engineer's cell phone records (Deseret Morning News)
Federal investigators plan to subpoena the cell phone records of the engineer who is said to have been exchanging text messages in the minutes before his commuter train ran through a red signal and smashed into a freight train here Friday, killing 25 people.

Feds Probe Engineer's Phone Records as Commute Resumes (Fox News)
Federal officials investigating a commuter rail collision that killed 25 people said they want to review cell phone records to determine if an engineer blamed for running a stop signal before the crash may have been text messaging at the time.

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