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Safety Inspection Finds ‘Problems in Every Area’ at CSX

12:04 PM MDT | July 26, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Schumer: Plans to form rail task force. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA; Washington) says it found a total of 3,518 defects, or evidence of non-compliance with federal rail safety or hazardous material regulations, during an inspection of CSX Transportation’s equipment and operating practices conducted in January. In a report released last week, FRA recommends that civil penalties be assessed against CSX for 199 violations, including failure to replace defective tracks, loose closures on hazmat cars, and failure of train crews to have hazmat...

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