Father of Man Hurt in GOP Train Crash in Virginia Sues Over Crossing


The father of a man injured when a trash truck he was riding in was struck by a train full of Republican lawmakers is suing over the crossing where the collision happened.

Charlottesville TV stations WCAV and WVIR report Dennis Eddy’s father filed a lawsuit Friday against CSX Transportation, which owns the track, and Buckingham Branch Railroad, which operates it. The suit alleges the crossing signal hadn’t been properly maintained.
Neither company can comment on Saturday.

Another passenger died in an accident outside Charlottesville, Virginia. The truck found the driver guilty of involuntary homicide and under the influence.

The witnesses told the inspectors that they had gone to the truck after the security gates had been destroyed. People living close to the AP were also known to have defective doors.

The case wants $ 10 million in compensation.

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