Two Georgia trains plus dump truck crash leaves driver dead

West Palm Beach personal injury claims litigators bring news. West Sanvannah freight train crashes dump truck and damages Amtrak train.

West Palm Beach, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–The Associated Press reported Friday a freight train collided with a dump truck at the entrance to a water treatment plant in Port Wentworth, Georgia west of Savannah. The truck and train crashed killing the dump truck’s driver according to Savannah-Chatham County police department.

Police officials say an Amtrak passenger train, carrying 118 riders, was traveling on a parallel rail track when the freight train crash occurred. Savannah-Chatham County police have confirmed none of the Amtrak passengers were injured from the flying dump truck wreck debris which damaged Amtrak’s train.

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