Cellphone, confusing crossing signals cause train to hit B.C. ambulance, says TSB
from CBC News
The Transportation Safety Board says a driver distracted by a cellphone and confusion over a complex railway crossing on Sept. 11, 2015, caused a Canadian National train to strike an ambulance in Langley, B.C. An 87-year-old woman who was being taken to hospital form a long-term care facility died following the crash.
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