Five years later: The Chatsworth Metrolink disaster

metrolink-chatsworth-crash-scene.jpgA memorial plaque was unveiled today at the Moorpark Metrolink station remembering the 24 passengers who died when the engineer of a northbound train blew a red light in Chatsworth and sped head-on into a freight train that held the right of way. The engineer also died. ABC 7, Ventura County Star



From a long night of posting on September 12, 2008: "Channel 5 just wisely advised parents to keep the children of possible victims away from the television for awhile."


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