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https://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/AccidentReports/Reports/RIR2301.pdf

A lack of markers warning of a close-clearance situation was the probable cause of a fatal accident involving a BNSF Railway conductor in La Mirada, Calif., on March 3, 2021, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a final accident report issued late last week.

The conductor was killed during a shoving move shortly after midnight at Buena Park Yard while riding the side ladder of a boxcar, when he became pinned between that car and a locomotive parked on an adjacent track [see “Digest: NTSB releases preliminary report …,” Trains News Wire, April 2, 2021].

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