Daily Archive: Monday, July 3, 2017

North Dakota may halt rail inspections aimed at derailments

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The end of the line may be in sight for a North Dakota safety program aimed at lowering the risk of disastrous train derailments involving the state’s crude oil. The pilot program, which includes two rail safety inspectors and a manager to supplement inspections by the Federal Railroad Administration, or FRA,

Professional Stuntwoman Shows How You Can Survive After Getting Hit by a Car

It’s a nightmare scenario that seems to be happening much more often: Pedestrians who are struck by cars, trucks and buses. Read: Lawyer Alleges Cover-Up in Investigation of Venus Williams After Fatal Crash Last week, a little boy was hit by a car as he darted across a street in Brooklyn, N.Y. Fortunately for him, he bounced right