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  • Sleep apnea contributed to deadly train derailment

    Oct 28 2014...
    A new report from the National Transportation Safety Board concludes that sleep problems played a role in a deadly train derailment last December. The train entered a curve where the speed limit was 30 miles per hour. But the train continued traveling at a speed of 82 mph. As a result the locomotive and all seven cars went off the rails. Four people were killed, and 61 others were injured.

    The NTSB report concluded that the Metro-North train engineer had fallen asleep. His sleepiness was blamed on undiagnosed, severe obstructive sleep apnea. His sleep also may have been disrupted by a recent change in his work shift. READ MORE>>