Amtrak 188 crash: NTSB photos show derailment damage
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The right side of the fourth passenger car of Amtrak Train 188 as viewed from the front of
the car, after the derailment and crash.
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The front and right side of Locomotive 601 shows damage to the side window, sill steps and hand holds. There also was horizontal scraping along the locomotive body sheathing. At the rear, both steps were bent upward and rearward.
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The interior of the third passenger car of Amtrak Train 188, as viewed from the front of the car, shows seats fully separated from the car. Investigators also found torn and separated wall panels, shifted seats, displaced windows and debris.
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The interior of the fourth passenger car of the Amtrak Train 188 as viewed from the front of
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The interior of the seventh passenger car on the Amtrak Train 188 as viewed from the front of the car.
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The right side of the second passenger car, as viewed from the rear of the car, reveals extensive damage. Many windows were not in place or dislodged. The roof and top third of the car body side was crushed downward and the middle third of the right side bulged outward. The NTSB's examination was limited to the exterior because structural damage compromised the car's stability.