Join Eric Metaxas and 1819 News at the 1st Annual Albert Patterson Gala on November 15! Click here for tables and tickets!
Rise to the Moment of Truth Sunday, July 21, 2024

Tag: NORFOLK SOUTHERN

Photo from Norfolk Southerns Twitter page Alabama News
Reports: Norfolk Southern train blocks Jefferson County town exit for almost a week

A Norfolk Southern train blocked in a community in Jefferson County for almost a week, forcing residents to travel nearly half an hour out of the way to leave or get home. Reports say the train has now been moved.

US House of Rep Sewell Terri Facebook Alabama News
Report: Sewell calling for an investigation into Alabama train derailments after four incidents with Norfolk Southern trains in the state

U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (D-Birmingham) is expected to send a letter Monday to the Federal Railroad Administration to call for an investigation into several train derailments in Alabama after four incidents in the state this year, all having to do with Norfolk Southern trains.

Photo from Norfolk Southerns Facebook page Alabama News
Third Norfolk Southern train derails in Alabama this year, hospitalizing two

Another Norfolk Southern train derailed in Jasper on Saturday night, marking the third time one of its trains has gone off the rails in Alabama since January.

Photo from Norfolk Southerns Twitter page Alabama News
Report: Another Norfolk Southern train derails in Alabama

At least two Norfolk Southern trains have derailed in Alabama as the train company faces national scrutiny for its handling of a derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, which resulted in over a million pounds of toxic chemicals potentially being spilled.

Train by Ankush Minda Alabama News
Norfolk Southern train derails in Calhoun County as company faces investigation from federal agencies, apologizes to Congress

Around 30 train cars derailed early Thursday morning from a Norfolk Southern Railway in Calhoun County, just as the railroad company’s CEO apologized to Congress for the devastating derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, which resulted in over a million pounds of toxic chemicals potentially being spilled.