Toronto derailment could have been avoided with onboard cameras: CP Rail exec

Toronto derailment could have been avoided with onboard cameras: CP Rail exec

Published on September 14, 2016

TORONTO — The recent derailment of a Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. freight train in central Toronto might have been prevented if the locomotive had an onboard camera tracking the crew’s actions, the railway’s chief operating officer said Tuesday...

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