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  • Railroads' Flood-Ravaged Midwestern
    Tracks Trigger FRA Emergency Declaration
    Updated On: Mar 21, 2019

    Federal Railroad Administrator Ronald Batory on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, declared an emergency event for railroad operations because of extreme flooding throughout the Midwest.

    The National Weather Service has documented historic flooding throughout the region, Batory said in an emergency event announcement. Rivers rose to unprecedented levels in more than 40 locations due to melting snow and ice, causing power outages, breached dams and broken levees. Numerous reports estimate the flooding could last all spring.

    READ ENTIRE ARTICLE AT: ProgressiveRailroading.com


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