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The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) finds Amtrak at fault for the 2016 passenger train crash outside Chester that killed two maintenance workers, WHYY News’ Laura Benshoff reports. NTSB presented the findings of its investigation at a public meeting Tuesday, citing more than two dozen “unsafe conditions” and “poor communication between the night foremen and day foremen.” NTSB criticized a “culture of fear” at Amtrak and included “work collaboratively with labor” in several recommendations moving forward.

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