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One Dead, Many Injured in #Southwest #Airlines Flight 1380 Engine Failure. NTSB focusing on missing No. 13 fan blade.
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Los Angeles is known as one of the most traffic-congested cities in the world. But did you know that L.A. County sees more truck accidents than anywhere else in Southern California?

According to truck crash statistics from the California Highway Patrol (CHP), Los Angeles County sees on average 2,200 injury truck crashes and 50 fatal truck crashes on an annual basis, by far more than any other California county
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According to NTSB board member T. Bella Dinh-Zarr, “PTC would prevent types of accidents such as this. Whether it will prevent this accident remains to be seen. We should remember that PTC can’t prevent every accident. It does prevent certain types of derailments, overspeed accidents as well as incursions into work zones, for example.”

Over a year prior to this preventable crash, train accident attorney Ronald L.M. Goldman explained his frustration with the industry’s reluctance to move forward with PTC. “Human and mechanical error are facts of life. PTC has been perfected to a very high degree of reliability. It is inarguable that PTC saves lives, and commerce generally benefits by having goods delivered rather than trashed in a crash. Yet, railroads obstinately refuse to install PTC until after tragedy strikes,” said Goldman.
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