DOOM event involving Plane & Train
Train and Truck DOOM on the same day....
A train carrying grenades and bombs derailed in Nevada
A train carrying bombs, ammonium nitrate, and grenades has derailed in Elko County, Nevada, but all that spilled was vegetable oil. Union Pacific Railroad, which was overseeing the train involved, said 22 cars derailed near Wells, Nevada, about 10:20 a.m. local time on Wednesday. "No hazardous materials were involved and no one was injured," UP spokesman Tim McMahan told the Elko DailyThe Elko County Sheriff's Department said in a Facebook post that the train was carrying munitions, but they were located on the opposite end of the train, away from the derailment. "Rail cars containing munitions are located at the opposite end of the train, away from the derailment," the sheriff's department said. Source
AMTRAK power outages cause chaos in Northeast...For a second and hopefully last time, Amtrak service has resumed after a morning and afternoon of overhead wire issues suspended service. Amtrak is the landlord of Penn Station New York, the busiest rail station in the country. It's not clear what caused all the problems, but Amtrak said it is investigating the issue, according to NorthJersey.com, which is part of the USA TODAY Network. Riders on Amtrak were stuck without service multiple times as the problems persisted through the morning and into the afternoon. During the first outage, Amtrak trains between New York Penn Station and Philadelphia were held. That outage began at 10:30 a.m. and power was restored around 10:45 a.m., but trains traveling east from Philadelphia were held until 11 a.m., said Jason Abrams, spokesman for Around 12:15 p.m., Amtrak tweeted that service was suspended again, this time between New Rochelle and Philadelphia. At 12:45 p.m., they tweeted that all trains were moving again but at delays of 90 to 120 minutes. Source
Two killed in semi-truck explosion in Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE — The Racine county Medical Examiner has confirmed two fatalities in a semi-truck explosion that caused closures on all lanes of Interstate 41/94 at County K in Wisconsin. The freeway is fully closed northbound at WIS 20 and southbound at Ryan Rd. Flight for Life has confirmed they have one ground unit responding to the incident. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has estimated the incident will take more than two hours to clear. Source