KINGWOOD, Virginia (WABC) — Two people were killed when a licence train roving from Florida to New York overturned on an Interstate 95 exit in Virginia Tuesday morning.
Virginia State Police contend in a matter that a Tao’s Travel Inc. train with 57 people aboard flipped over in Prince George County only before 5:30 a.m.
Authorities contend that as a train incited onto an exit, it ran off a left side of a ramp and overturned.
Images from a pile-up stage uncover crews operative around a overturned train in misty conditions.
Police contend one chairman died during a scene, while a second died during a circuitously hospital.
Everyone aboard a train was taken to a hospital, either for critical injuries or as a precaution.
The driver, a 40-year-old male from Staten Island, is in control with charges pending.
He was not injured.
The pile-up stays underneath investigation.