Amtrak Train Crashes Into a Car in Jacksonville, Florida

Rescue teams tap the hull with a hammer, listening for survivors of pleasure cruise.
1:37 | 06/03/15

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Out of thwarted tonight and that Amtrak train carrying 171 passengers and crew and the collision with a car. This is the car right here the back half sliced off the three people inside including a pregnant woman somehow walking away would only minor injuries. And this comes tonight as we now learn new details from the deadly train derailment in Philadelphia. But we start with the scene in Florida and the surveillance at the moment of impact here Steve Olson Sami. A tough day for Amtrak take a look at this camera from a nightclub outside Jacksonville Florida. That's one of their passenger trains with a 171. People on board crashing into a car this morning that didn't see it coming. And hurricanes. Struck a vehicle that rector professor. It's not clear in the video that the cross bars were working investigators are trying to piece it together. But a radio call from the train seemed to blame the car. They about it eradicate Bruntlett got the crowd. No one on the train was hurt three people in the car including a woman who was pregnant. Suffered minor injuries. All other thing about what girls so I don't law. About turned around but we'll call what they. This was happening just as the government today was releasing its preliminary report. On the deadly Amtrak crash that took eight lives and injured 200 others may twelfth in Philadelphia. The NTSB says the train was traveling to curb it a 106 miles an hour when the speed limit was just fifty. And that the engineer slammed on the emergency brakes just seconds before the accident. Authorities are still looking at the engineer's cell phone records to see if he was on the phone and train 188 cracked the Eagles insomnia ABC news.

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