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NTSB investigate Railroad Grade Crossing Accident and Explosion

The National Transportation Safety Board launched a go-team to investigate last week's railroad grade crossing accident and explosion near Baltimore, Md., that occurred at approximately 2:00 PM (EDT) on 28th May.

NTSB highway safety Investigator Peter Kotowski will serve as the investigator-in-charge. NTSB Board Member Robert L. Sumwalt is accompanying the team and will serve as the principal spokesperson during the on-scene phase of the investigation.

Public Affairs Specialists Eric Weiss and Keith Holloway will be on scene in Baltimore to coordinate media-related activities. They can be reached by mobile phone at (202)-557-1350.

For the latest information related to the investigation and any press briefings, follow us on twitter at @ntsb or check our website, www.ntsb.gov.

On Scene Media Contact: (202) 557-1350

NTSB team arrives on the scene of the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
NTSB team arrives on the scene of the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
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NTSB team arrives on the scene of the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
NTSB Investigator Ted Turpin documents damage to the truck involved with the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
NTSB Investigator Ted Turpin documents damage to the truck involved with the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
 
NTSB Investigators Ron Kaminski and Steve Prouty document the scene at the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
NTSB Investigators Ron Kaminski and Steve Prouty document the scene at the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
NTSB Investigator In Charge Pete Kotowski coordinates investigative activities with local fire department official on the scene of the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
NTSB Investigator In Charge Pete Kotowski coordinates investigative activities with local fire department official on the scene of the highway/railroad grade crossing accident in White Marsh, MD.
NTSB Hazardous Materials Investigators Paul Stancil and John Vorderbrueggen don protective hazmat gear as they prepare to assess the accident scene for safety.
NTSB Hazardous Materials Investigators Paul Stancil and John Vorderbrueggen don protective hazmat gear as they prepare to assess the accident scene for safety.

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