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Tragic accident highlights dangers of transporting railroad crews

A tragic accident in Kelso, Washington last month killed three railroad employees and injured a fourth. The accident did not happen while the workers were performing their job duties, but during a ride in a van back to their motel. Railroads commonly… Read More
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Benefits under Off Track Vehicle Agreement

Many railroaders are entitled to contractual benefits if they are injured when they are riding in, or getting on or off, an off-track vehicle authorized by the Carrier and are either deadheading under orders or being transported at the Carrier’s ex… Read More
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