The legacy of the Amtrak derailment: new documents, a survivor speaks

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Guests: Jonathan Tamari and Josh Gotbaum

Earlier this week, the National Transportation Safety Board released a trove of material related to the fatal May Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia that left eight people dead and more than 200 injured. In this hour we’ll talk about the significance of those documents with JONATHAN TAMARI, the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Washington correspondent. And we’ll be joined by JOSH GOTBAUM, a Guest Scholar at The Brookings Institution, who happened to be on the train that day and survived the accident.

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