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Statement No. M-400

March 1966
Page 1


Month of March 1966


SUMMARY OF ACCIDENTS REPORTED BY ALL LINE-HAUL AND SWITCHING AND TERMINAL RAILROAD COMPANIES


I. RAILROAD ACCIDENTS AND RESULTING CASUALTIES BY


TYPE OF ACCIDENT AND CLASS OF PERSON


TRAIN ACCIDENTS:
Collisions
Derailments
Other train accidents
Total,

TRAIN-SERVICE ACCIDENTS:
Coupling or uncoupling locomotives or cars,
or manipulating air or steam connections
Operating locomotives and rail motor cars
Operating hand brakes
Operating switches
Persons on moving locomotives or cars coming
in contact with fixed structures
Getting on or off locomotives or cars
Accidents at public rail-highway crossings
Struck or run over by locomotives or cars at
places other than public rail-highway crossings
Miscellaneous
Total

NONTRAIN ACCIDENTS:
Equipment, motor vehicles and facilities
Way and structures and signals
All other
Total


TOTAL, ACCIDENTS OF ALL TYPES


II. HIGHWAY GRADE CROSSING ACCIDENTS AND RESULTING
CASUALTIES BY TYPE OF ACCIDENT AND CLASS OF PERSON

Train 31 20 16 13 2 1 14 12 2 2 1 14 9
Train-service 295 295 115 37 5 9 110 308 1 1 110 307
Nontrain 1 1 ? 2 2 2
Total 327 316 131 332 7 10 124 322 5 3 2 1 124 31i6


III. TRAIN AND TRAIN-SERVICE ACCIDENTS BY BROAD CAUSE

Negligence of employees 174 15 7 53 7 53 7 25 6 16 1 9 23 5
Defects in or failures of equipment 215 54 58 58 55 50 5 3
Defects in or improper maintenance of way and
structures 107 9 11 11 11 11
Miscellaneous 1425 1317 195 1294 48 56 147 1238 6 808 3 737 3 71 2 79 139 345 6
Total 1921 1395 202 141b 48 56 154 1360 13 899 9 814 4 85 2 105 139 350 6
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Yard switching miles
Total train-miles

CASUALTY RATES PER MILLION TRAIN-MILES:
Trainmen
Other employees
Total, all employees


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2,271,029
25,109,179
81,503,477

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I/Explanation and definition of the terms used in this report will be found in the Commission's
Rules Railroad Accidents Reports and Classification 49 Code of Federal Regulations 125 et seq.
2/ Includes subsequent fatalities as follows: Employees on duty, 2; nontrespassers,
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TOTAL ACCIDENTS TOTAL PERSONS TOTAL TOTAL EMPLOYEES CON DUTY PASSENGERS OTHER EMPLOYEES
Resultin TRESPASSERS NONTRESPASSERS ON TRAINS NONTRESPASSERS NOT ON DUTY
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Statement No. M-400
March 1966
Page 2


Three Months Ended March 1966



SUMMARY OF ACCIDENTS REPORTED BY ALL LINE-HAUL AND SWITCHING AND TERMINAL RAILROAD COMPANIES


I. RAILROAD ACCIDENTS AND RESULTING CASUALTIES BY


TYPE OF ACCIDENT AND CLASS OF PERSON


TRAIN ACCIDENTS;
Collisions
Derailments
Other train accidents
Total

TRAIN-SERVICE ACCIDENTS:
Coupling or uncoupling locomotives or cars,
or manipulating air or steam connections
Operating locomotives and rail motor cars
Operating hand brakes
Operating switches
Persons on moving locomotives or cars coming
in contact with fixed structures
Getting on or off locomotives or cars
Accidents at public rail-highway crossings
Struck or run over by locomotives or cars at
places other than public rail-highway crossings
Miscellaneous
Total

NONTRAIN ACCIDENTS:
Equipment, motor vehicles and facilities
Way and structures and signals
All other
Total

TOTAL, ACCIDENTS OF ALL TIPES


TOTAL ACCIDENTS TOTAL PERSONS TOTAL TOTAL EMPLOYEES ON DUIY PASSENGERS OTHER EMPLOYEES
Result TRESPASSERS NONTRIESPASSERS ON TRAINS NONITRESPASSERS NOT ON DUTY
Total in casual TOTAL TRAINMEN OTHER EMPLOYEES
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III. TRAIN AND TRAIN-SERVICE ACCIDENTS BY BROAD CAUSE

Negligence of employees 446 40 13 92 13 92 13 48 12 38 1 10 36 6 2
Defects in or failures of equipment 674 173 1 210 1 2 208 161 15bl 10 43 2 2
Defects in or improper maintenance of way and
structures 394 63 2 83 2 63 67 61 11 2 5
Miscellaneous 4318 4024 649 4051 104 135 545 3916 21 2466 14 2255 7 211 5 249 519 11/8 23
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Yard switching miles
Total train-miles

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Trainmen
Other employees
Total, all employees


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Killed Injured
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Table No. 3--CASUALTIES IN REPORTABLE ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, BY RAILROADS, WITH ANALYSIS OF TRAIN-SERVICE AND NONTRAIN CASUALTIES FOR TNTHE TREE MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31, 1966
CLASS I RAILROADS (Excluding switching and terminal companies)

Locoo- NOHTRAIN AD INDUSTRIAL
TRAIN, TRAIN-SERVICE, AND N TRAIN ACCIDENTS TRAIN-SERVICE ACCIDENTS iveACCIDENTS
TRITAN*EVCA OTA _CIET Highway grade- miles and A Dmlesen
Casualty crossing Coupling, uncou- Operating GeCtting on or off Struck or run over, motor
Man rate per accidents pling or manipu- hand brakes locomotives or cars not at public crossings train-
Item District Total persons Employees Passengers hours million Total persons Total lasting air or _/ Operating and _______miles Total persona Employees Itej
No. on duty on trains (000) nan-hours Employees / steam connection locomotives 1/ switches 1/ All classes Employees l/ All classes Employees / (000) on duty No.
KElled Isjuae, Killsl Injured Kills, Injured Killed Injured Kfledri Injured Kills, nnjurnd, Kllnd Injured Killed Injured killed Injured Kllled injured K 1ied Injured Killed Injured Killed Insurrd Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured
Eastern district
1 Akron, Canton & Youngsto n...................... 13 12 221 54.30 6 6 1 127 7 6 1
Ann mArbor ................................... .... 16 16 288 55.56 5 2 144 11 11 2
3~~~~~~~~ 5 -o 2 Oi 1 145 1 0 3 3 -1828 7423
3 Baltimore & Ohio.................. 17 184 1 142 12,403 .08 11.45 14 20 12 123 97 6 5 9 33 33 1 8 1 ,267 -
4 Bangor & Aroostook .............................. 10 4 594 6.73 5 9 3 1 2 2- 270 -1 4
5 Bessemer & Lake Erie ............................ 1 7 6 754 7.96 1 3 3 - 1 - I 2 5
6 Boston & Maine .................................. 2 58 47 2,055 22.87 1 2 2 38 34 4 4 4 8 8- 1 2 1,432 19 12
7 Canadian Pacific Lines in Maine ................. 2 2 144 13.89 1 - - 7
8 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ................. 1 65 1 57 2 2,423 .41 23.52 35 31 4 4 11 9 1,3 1 29 25 8
9 Central Vermont ................................ 4 4 432 9.26 2 2- -- - 1 2 9 5 10
10 Chesapeake & Ohio ............................... 25 228 3 178 4 12,552 .24 14.18 17 36 21 157 2 111 10 5 15 3- 29 5 2 2 1 6,690 2 69 1 67 10
11 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ..................... 1 37 35 1.281 27.32 1 1 1 21 20 1 3 8 1,611 16 11
12 hicago & Illinois Midland ...................... 12 12 186 64.52 6 6 2 1 1 78 6 6 12
13 Delaware & Hudson ............................... 2 19 15 1,381 10.86 2 12 10 1 2 2 2- 2 773 6 5 13
14 Detroit& ,Toledo Shore Line .......... 7 7 184 38.04 3 3 2 10468 20 9 14
15 Detroit, Toledo & Iron ............... .... 1 35 1 33 831 1.20 39.71 1 1 15 1 14 1 4 3 1 870 2 16
16 Elgin, Joliet & Easte .......................1.. 12 11 1,726 6.37 1 1 1 10 9 - 2 4 4 ; 31 1 1 5,33 49 41 17
17 Erie-Lackawanna ......................... .... 21 132 1 87 1 14 7,752 .13 11.22 15 19 21 69 1 43 3 5 6 1 16 12 1, 0 36 351 18
18 Grand Trunk esten ..................... .... 2 109 92 2,804 32.81 2 17 2 73 57 8 3 8 19 1 18,610 5 19
19 Illinois Te-iznal ............................... 1 9 9 355 25.35 1 1 4 4 2 2 2 L 5 5 ~9
20 Lehigh Valley ................................... 3 33 2 21 1,889 1.06 11.12 3 2 14 1 9 2 1 1 1 1 1 941 1 19 1 12 20
21 Long land .......... 10 150 112 2 27 3,314 33.80 3 2 10 89 56 5 2 6 2 32 22 8 5 2 - 1940
..... ..... ..... ..... ............289 5 2 4394086 862 3
22 ains Central ............................. .. 2 23 19 856 22.20 2 2 2 15 11 1 4 3 3 439 42
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23 ton .................................... .... 1 11 6 554 10.83 1 5 1 9 4 1 I, 50
24 New York Central ............................... 4 3 275 2 178 11 22,590 .09 7.88 40 56 40 196 2 124 9 6 18 35 3- 3 6 2 2 31205 2 3 2
25 New Yorh, Hew Haven & Hartford ................. 7 107 1 73 1 12 4,576 .22 15.95 1 1 7 64 1 42 7 8 6 2 1I,540 67 41-5 24
26 Norfolk & Wester ........................... 41 207 1 149 2 16,919 .06 8.81 31 35 34 143 102 35 -8 35 32 1 191 75 -,5 2 185 1 109 27
27 Pennsylvania .............................. .. 30 494 3 259 95 31,487 .10 8.23 17 34 25 290 2 134 7 1 14 15 49- 9 8
28 Pennylvana-Readn Seashore Lins ............. 2 83 364 8.24 2 5 1 7 3 1- I I 266 2
28 P ny -.d..h...... 293 -
29 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................... 11 11 1,372 8.02 7 7 1 2 3 1 3050 36 36 30
30 Reading ................................... .. 5 105 86 4,073 21.11 2 7 5 68 50 3 4 10 19 12 3 2 1 3,5 8 365 536 301
31 Richmond, Fredrkburg & Potomac ........ .. 770 14.29 6 6 2 2 1 841 11 10 32
32 Western Maryland ................................ 26 24 1,637 14.66 14 13 2 1 2 2 1 1 841 11 10

33 Total, eastern district .................... 219 2,420 16 1,721 4 175 38,767 .12 12.40 151 255 190 1,514 11 1,020 86 1 68 132 5 340 1 252 45 53 7 18 82,993 7 839 4 665 33

Southern district
I Albaao Great Southern .. . . ... 3 2 1 2 I 4,323 I 1
2 Atlantic Coast Line ............................. 17 95 1 53 3 6,506 .15 8.15 12 33 16 71 33 4 3 3 11 5 3 4,910 22
3 Central of Georgia ............................ 4 43 19 5 874 21.74 4 16 3 33 11 1 2 5 4 1 1,250
4 Cinc nati.N, e Orleans & Texa Pacifl .......... 12 7 5 7 2 1 773 1 1 4
5 Cllnchfieald ............................... .. 2 19 13 601 21.63 1 5 2 16 10 2 5 1 1 489
6 Florida ast Coast ....................... ... 1 25 16 561 28.52 1 11 1 17 8 I 2 2 57 7 7 6
7 Georgia ......................................... 6 5 292 17.12 1 3 2 1 -- - 274 3 3-
8 Gemrgia Southern & Florida ...................... 1 9 1 1 7 1 9 - 1 249 -
9 Gulf, Mobile &Ohio ............................ 7 51 1 44 2,825 .35 15.58 5 6 5 29 22 1 4 1 -6 6 1 2 1 1,622 21 21 9
10 Illinola Central ................................ 18 146 1 68 15 10,835 .09 6.28 12 34 16 104 1 47 5 1 5 1 23 18 3 7 2 6,564 40 20 10
11 Loulsvlle shvllle .................... .. 19 145 1 95 19 9,234 .11 10.29 12 19 18 80 56 1 3 1413 6 3 6,911 38 36 11
12 New Orleans & Northeastern ...................... 2 5 2 2 3 2 5 2 1 1 226 L2
13 Norfolk Southern .............................. 8 8 340 23.53 6 6 3 3 - -222 2 2 13
14 Piedmonat & Norathern m ........................... 3 7 5 172 29.07 2 4 2 1 113 3 3
15 Seaboard Air Line 35 13 56 3 6,020 9.30 32 65 15 91 35 1 4 12 35 799 24 1920 15
..................J600 3, 215 5 5-113 111
16 Southern ...................................... 44 175 1 95 1 9,251 .11 11.57 32 69 39 151 1 74 2 4 12 1 34 33 11 8 3 5,954 19

17 Total, southern district ............... 150 886 489 46 47,511 .11 10.29 114 277 118 628 2 312 20 10 35 2 119 108 30 31 7 35,216 193 162 17

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Table No. 3--CASUALTIES IN REPORTABLE ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, BY RAILROADS, WITH ANALYSIS OF TRAIN-SERVICE AND NONTRAIN CASUALTIES FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31, 1966
CLASS I RAILROADS (Excluding switching and terminal companies)


TRAIN, TRAIN-SERVICE, AND NONTRAIN ACCIDENTS TRAIN-SERVICE ACCIDENTS Locetive NONTRAIN AND INDUSTRIAL
Highway grade- sesand ACCIDENTS
Casualty crossing Coupling, una o- Operating Getting on or off Struck or run over, motor train.
Item District Total persons Employees Passengers Man- rate per accidents Total persons Total pling or manipu- Operating hand brakes locomotives or carn not at public crossings niles Total peraona Employees Item
NO. on duty on trains hours million ployees I/ ling ir locomotives I/ and Emlye f l (000) on duty Ru.
(000) man-hours steam connections switches 1/ All classes Emploeea I/ All classes p e I/
K d Ided Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Iniured Killed Injured Killed Iniured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Isjured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured
Western district
I Atchisn, Topaka & Sant a Fe.......... ..... 35 322 3 222 10 19,799 .15 11.21 22 70 29 192 2 110 1 12 5 10 3 38 33 6 2 1 14 ,645 1 121 1 109
2 Cicago & North estere .................. 15 91 5 52 7,599 .66 6.84 7 38 11 71 1 34 4 1 4 10 10 3 5,152 17 16
3 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................. 23 204 174 7 9,003 19.33 16 17 23 142 117 .13 5 15 41 39 7 1 1 6,661- 59 54 3
4 Chicago Great Westeren ........................ 49 39 852 45.77 10 35 25 3 I 6 6 1 560 14 14 4
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ........ 20 154 1 94 7 7,689 .13 12.23 17 42 17 117 70 4 3 8 1 24 21 2 2 5,387 1 30 1 20
SChicago, Rock Island & Pacific ........... 18 139 2 72 27 6,816 .29 10.56 16 29 13 74 40 6 1 3 17 12 2 6,525 1 30 1 25 6
7 Colorado & Southern ........................... .- 14 11 455 24.18 2 10 7 I 3 3 1 460 4 -4 7
8 Dener & Rio Grande Western ................... 4 38 32 3 2,288 13.99 4 3 1 28 22 3 2 2 7 7 1 1 2,000 8
9 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................. 3 2 - 730 2.74 -
10 Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific ............ 3 2 236 8.47 1 3 2 I 1 144 10
11 Fort Worth & Denver .................... 4 26 20 1 741 26.99 3 4 4 17 12 1 3 5 5 1 811 9 8 11
12 Creat Northern ................................ 7 132 2 87 24 7,951 .25 10.94 3 11 4 60 45 2 6 10 10 9 1 2 1 5,455 33 30 12
13 Kansa City Southern .......................... 1 33 24 2 1,292 18.58 1 5 1 25 17 2 1 3 4 3 1 1,107 5 5 13
14 Lake Superior & lahpeming .. ............. 4 4 140 28.57 2 2 - 1 1 52 2 2 14
15 Louiaiana & Arkana .......................... 12 8 464 17.24 4 9 6 1 1 1 1 538 2 2 15
16 His souri-Kasana -Texes............. 31504.02
16 i ur-Kanaa-Taa .. ... .... 6 104 73 1,550 47.10 6 28 6 62 33 4 3 3 8 7 1 1 1,223 41 40 16
17 Hissouri Pacific .............................. 17 132 2 75 2 8,495 .24 8.83 13 52 15 97 45 7 3 2 17 16 2 2 2 6,159 1 26 1 24 17
18 Northern Pacific .............................. 12 173 103 13 7,556 13.63 12 40 10 110 57 3 4 17 16 10 3 1 4 540 54 44 18
19 Northwestern Pacific .......................... 6 2 333 6.01 3 4 1 139 2 1 19
20 St. Louia-Sn Francisco ...................... 14 87 1 56 1 4,227 .24 13.25 10 26 12 61 33 1 1 4 6 5 2 3 2 3, 166 2 24 1 21 20
21 St. Loui Southwsatere ........................ 9 29 1 18 2,020 .50 8.91 8 10 7 19 1 9 4 4 1,664 9 8 21
22 Soo Line .................................... 8 92 1 67 1 2,739 .37 24.46 6 23 8 70 1 46 7 2 1 6 8 7 1 3 3 1,884 17 17 22
23 Southern Pacific .............................. 57 266 2 135 4 23,636 .08 5.71 43 102 54 191 77 2 7 6 1 26 22 9 8 2 15,036 66 56 23
24 Spokane, Portand & Seattle ................... 1 22 17 1,280 13.28 1 3 1 15 11 1 3 3 3 844 7 6 24
25 Texas & Pacific ............................... 10 48 25 2 2.121 11.79 9 16 10 31 12 2 4 3 1 1,756 16 13 25
26 Toledo, Peoria & Western ...................... 8 7 248 28.23 I 5 4 1 164 3 3 26
27 Union Pacific ................................. 24 101 2 72 2 15,739 .13 4.57 21 19 20 74 1 53 5 3 5 17 15 2 2 1 2 10,355 1 25 1 18 27
28 Western Pacific ............................... 9 47 31 2 1,523 20.35 7 11 8 28 15 1 6 6 1 1 1,091 17 14 28

29 Total, western district .................. 294 2,339 22 1,524 1 107 137,522 .16 11.08 225 571 254 1,553 6 905 1 82 1 49 1 114 5 283 249 34 38 2 19 97,714 7 641 6 562 29

CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES

Eastern district
1 Aliquippa & Southern .................. .... 255 19.61 5 5 1 1 1 i 152
2 Alto & Southern ....................... 3 327 9.17 3 3 2 241 2
3 Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal ............ 9 8 718 11.14 1 6 5 1 1 1 1 1 352 2 2 3
4 Belt Ry. of Chicago ................... .... 11 10 581 17.21 1 9 8 1 1 2 2 318 2 2 4
5 Chicago & WeStern Indiana ................ 10 8 385 20.25 4 4 2 1 1 35 6 4 5
6 Chicago Union Station ......................... 26 23 581 39.59 26 2
7 Cincinnati Union Terminal ... .............. 6 6 423 14.18 2 2 1 -4
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8 Indiana rbor Belt .................. ..... 14 13 1,073 12.12 1 11 10 1 3 5 5 665 3 3
9 Lakafront Dock & R. R. Terminal ............. 21 3- -
10 onongahela Connecting ........................ 14 14 371 37.74 12 12 2 2 1 4 4 218 2 2 1
11 Patapsco & Back Rivers ......................... 9 9 512 17.58 5 5- 2 3 - 353 4 4 11
12 River Terminal .......... 4 4 260 15.38 3 3 1 1 114 1 1 12
13 South Buffalo ..... ... .... 16 16 587 27.26 14 14 2 2 2 4 4 372 22 13
14 Union R. R. (Penna.) .. ... 10 1,170 8.55 10 10 3 3 1 1 779 14
15 Washington Terminal ........................... 32 23 1 1,025 22.44 6 5 2 1 1 150 26 18 15

16 Total, seater district .................. 170 152 1 8,299 18.32 3 90 86 15 7 11 23 23 2 2 3,796 79 85 16

Southern district
1 Kentucky & Indiana Terminal ................... 1 1 126 7.94 1 1 I I 1 197 -

2 Total, southern district ................ 1 1 126 7.94 1 1 1 1 197 2

Western district
1 Houston Belt & Terminal .....................-.. 12 10 644 15.53 1 11 9 2 1 4 4 303 1 1 1
2 Kansas City Terminal .................... .. 33 31 1 809 38.32 1 15 13 2 1 3 3 2 2 117 18 18 2
3 Ogden Union Ry. & Depot ....................... 6 5 468 10.68 1 1 I 1 152 5 4 3
4 Portland Terminal ........................... 7 6 374 16.04 1 5 4 1 2 2 126 2 2 4
5 Port Terminal Railroad Aasociation ............ 11 263 41.83 6 6 1 2 -- 1 1 184 5 5 5
6 TerminalR. R. As'n. of St. Louis ..........1.. 40 39 1,630 23.93 1 24 24 1 3 6 6 1 967 14 13 6

7 Total, western district .................. 1 109 102 4,188 24.36 3 1 62 57 7 2 5 17 17 1 2 2 1,849 45 43 7

RECAPITULATION

All districts
1 Class I railroads (excluding switching and
terminal companies) ......................... 663 5,645 43 3,734 5 328 323,800 .13 11.53 490 1,103 562 3,695 19 2,237 1 188 2 127 1 281 12 742 1 609 109 122 9 44 215,923 14 1,673 10 1,389 1
2 Clas I switching and terminal companies ...... 1 280 255 2 12,613 20.22 6 1 153 144 22 9 16 41 41 1 4 4 5,842 124 108 2
3 Railroads other than Class I ................. 16 497 2 415 9 14 42 13 308 1 248 43 12 42 55 52 2 11 1 4 9,913 1 189 1 165 3

4 Total, all classes ....................... 680 6,422 45 4,404 5 339 504 1,151 578 4,154 20 2,629 1 253 2 148 1 339 12 838 1 702 112 137 10 52 231,678 15 1,986 11 1,662 4

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Table No. 4--TRAIN ACCIDENTS AND RESULTING CASUALTIES, BY RAILROADS, FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31, 1966

CLASS I RAILROADS (Excluding switching and terminal companies)



TRAIN ACCIDENTS

Item District Total Collisions I/ Derailments Other train accidents Item
No. ~~Number ofr INo
No Number of n Employees Passengers I Employees Passengers Number Total persons Employees Passengers
accidents Persons Number Total persons on duty on trains Number Total persons on duty on trainns on duty on trains

__ ~__~________________ ______ KileKilleKiled Injured Killed Injured{Killed Injured Killed InjuredK Killed InInured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured ______

Eastern district

1 Akron, Canton & Youngstown .................. 1 1 -- -
2 Ann Arbor ................................. .. 2 1 2
3 Baltimore & Ohio ......................... .. 55 5 4 7 3 3 38 1 1 10 4 1 3
4 Bangor & Aroostook ....................... 1 1 4
5 Bessemer & Lake Erie ................... 3 3 5
6 Boston & Maine ......................... 12 11 1 1 1 6
7 Canadian Pacific Lines in Maine ........ 2 2 7
8 Central R. R. of New Jersey ............ 15 i 1 4 1 10 1 8
9 Central Vermont ......................... 3 1 2 9
10 Chesapeake & Ohio ...................... 48 2 2 11 31 1 1 6 1 1 10
11 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............. 5 5 -
12 Chicago & Illinois Midland ............... 2 I 1 -- 12
13 Delaware & Hudson .......................... 3 2 1 1 2 2 1 13
14 Detroit & Toledo Shore Line .............. 14
15 Detroit, Toledo & Ironton ............... 8 7 I 15
16 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................... 11 - 11 16
17 Erie-Lackawanna ........................ 31 14 6 11 11 21 -3 3 4 17
18 Grand Trunk Western ...................... 8 2 - 6 -18
19 Illinois Terminal ........................ 4 1 --3 I 19
20 Lehigh Valley ............................ ... 14 4 9 i 1 20
21 Long Island ............................ 3 2 1 21
22 Maine Central ..........................2 3 3 22
23 Monon ....................................... 1 1 23
24 New York Central .......................... 72 3 12 8 58 -9 I 8 6 3 3 24
25 New York, New Haven & Hartford ......... 12 1 2 9 1 1 1 25
26 Norfolk & Western ........................ .. 75 6 9 20 5 3 49 3 3 6 6 1 26
27 Pennsylvania ............................... 247 3 19 41 6 5 1 171 1 7 7 35 2 6 4 27
28 Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines .... 4 1 1 1 -I I 2 1 1 28
29 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................J 2 -2 29
30 Reading ................................... 21 1 1 16 4 1 30
31 Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac ...... 3 2 1 31
32 Western Maryland ............................ 17 1 1 1 1 -- 5 32
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33 Total, eastern district ............ 688 22 67 122 26 12 12 480 5 26 1 16 8 86 17 15 8 33


Southern district

1 Alabama Great Southern ................... .1 2 ..- -
2 Atlantic Coast Line ........................ 33 1 2 10 20 1 3 1 1 1 1 2
3 Central of Georgia ...................... ... 19 1 i 1 2 11 17 1 3
4 Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific 9 4 2 6 I 1 1 3 3 4
5 Clinchfield ............................. 5 2 3 5
6 Florida East Coast ...................... 5 1 5 1 1 6
7 Georgia ................................. .. 1 1 7
8 Georgia Southern & Florida .............. 2 2 8
9 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ..................... 26 2 1 7 1 1 1 1 15 4 1 9
10 Illinois Central ........................ ... 48 2 2 9 30 1 1 9 2 1 -- 10
11 Louisville & Nashville ..................... 92 1 27 21 66 26 3 18 5 1 1 1 11
12 New Orleans & Northeastern ............. i I 12
13 Norfolk Southern ........................ 2 1 1 13
14 Piedmont & Northern ..................... .- -14
15 Seaboard Air Line .......................... 15 20 22 2 8 2 1 5 20 20 15
16 Southern .................................... 73 5 5 13 48 3 2 1 12 5 2 16


17 Total, southern district ..........; 332 32 65 69 1 2 1 2 224 1 35 19 39 30 28 2 4 17


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Table No. 4--TRAIN ACCIDENTS AND RESULTING CASUALTIES, BY RAILROADS, FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31, 1966

CLASS I RAILROADS (Excluding switching and terminal companies)


TRAIN ACCIDENTS

Item Total Collisions _/ Derailments Other train accidentsItem
No. District Number of Employees Passengers Employees Passengers Employees passengers No.
accidents Persons Number Total persons on duty on trains Number Total persons on duty on trains Number Total persons on duty on trains

Killed Injured Killed Injured' Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured Kille< Injure Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured

Western district

1 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe ............. 65 5 9 21 3 3 32 1 - 12 4 6 1 1
2 Chicago & North Western .................... 68 4 3 11 4 1 4 - 52 2 2 5 2
3 Chicago, Burlington & quincy ........... 17 3 4 3 3 13 - - 3
4 Chicago Great Western ..................... 13 1 - 12 4
5 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .. 51 2 7 7 41 7 4 3 2 5
6 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .......... 33 4 35 4 1 3 1 3 24 29 4 24 5 3 3 6
7 Colorado & Southern ..................... 2 1 1 - I 7
8 Denver & Rio Grande Western ............. X4 3 2 2 10 2 2 2 3 8
9 Duluth, Misaabe & Iron Range ............ 2 2 - 2 2 2 - 9
10 Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific .............. 2 1 1 10
11 Port Worth & Denver ..................... 5 2 3 11
12 Great Northern ............................. 25 3 39 10 2 37 2 10 23 14 1 2 2 1 12
13 Kansas City Southern ....................... 14 3 14 3 2 1 13
14 Lake Superior & Ishpeming ............... 14
15 Louisiana & Arkansas ....................... 4 1 1 3 1 15
16 Missouri-Kansas-Texas ................... 38 1 4 33 1 1 16
17 Missouri Pacific ........................ 25 1 9 7 15 1 6 1 4 1 3 3 2 17
18 Northern Pacific ........................ 26 2 9 9 15 2 2 2 2 7 18
19 Northwestern Pacific ..................... 2 - .- 19
20 St. Louis-San Francisco ................. 19 2 6 11 2 2 22- 20
21 St. Louis Southwestern ..................... 12 2 1 2 9 2 1 1 1 21
22 Sod Line ................ .................... 23 5 4 19 5 4 1 22
23 Southern Pacific ........................ 83 3 9 18 50 2 6 2 2 15 1 3 1 23
24 Spokane, Portland & Seattle ............. 1 1 - 24
25 Texas & Pacific .......................... 11 1 3 6 1 2 25
26 Toledo, Peoria & Western ................. 26
27 Union Pacific ............................ 34 3 2 6 - 19 1 I 9 3 1 27
28 Western Pacific .......................... 10 1 2 2 5 2 2 3 1 28


29 Total, western district ............. 599 33 145 126 7 47 7 19 23 407 7 74 3 36 27 66 19 24 2 2 29

CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES

Eastern district

1 Aliquippa & Southern ..................... 1
2 Alton & Southern ......................... 2
3 Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal ....... 2 1 2 1 3
4 Belt Ry. of Chicago ..................... 11 7 4 4
5 Chicago & Western Indiana ............... 5- - - - - - - - -
6 Chicago Union Station .................... 6
7 Cincinnati Union Terminal ............... 7
8 Indiana Harbor Belt ...................... 6 1 5 8
9 Lakefront Dock & R. R. Terminal ......... 9
10 Monongahela Connecting .................. ...10
11 Patapsco & Back Rivers ................... 11
12 River Terminal .......................... 12
13 South Buffalo ............................ 13
14 Union R. R. (Penna.) .................... 3 1 2 - - 14
15 Washington Terminal ...................... 2 2 15


16 Total, eastern district ............. .. 24 1 11 1 1 13 16


Southern district

1 Kentucky & Indiana Terminal .............. 1


2 Total, southern district ........... 2


Western district

1 Houston Belt & Terminal ................. 3 2 1 1
2 Kansas City Terminal ............ ........ 2
3 Ogden Union Ry. & Depot .................. - 3
4 Portland Terminal ....................... 1 1 4
5 Port Terminal Railroad Association ...... 1 1 5
6 Terminal R. R. Aas'n. of St. Louis ...... 11 2 6 2 2 5- 6


7 Total, western district ............ 16 2 9 2 2 7 7

RECAPITULATION

All districts

I Class I railroads (excluding switching
and terminal companies) ............... 1,591 87 277 289 8 75 8 33 35 1,111 13 135 4 61 54 191 66 67 2 14 2 1
2 Class I switching and terminal companies 36 3 16 3 3 20 2
3 Railroads other than Class I ............. 41 2 2 7 2 2 30 4 2 3

4 Total, all classes ................. 1,668 89 282 312 8 80 8 38 35 1,161 13 135 4 61 54 195 68 67 2 14 2 4

I./ Collisions severally reported as "joint operations" are counted against each carrier involved in the detail by railroads in Table No. 4, but
in the recapitulation are counted as single accidents through the exclusion of these figures: Class I railroads (excluding switching and
terminal companies), eastern district, 5 ; southern district, 2 ; western district, 7 ; Class I switching and terminal companies, eastern
district, I ; southern district, 0; western district, 1; railroads other than Class I, 0; United States, 16.


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TABLE No. 5--SUMMARY, BY STATES, OF CASUALTIES TO PERSONS IN TRAIN, TRAIN-SERVICE AND NONTRAIN ACCIDENTS AND HIGHWAY GRADE-CROSSING CASUALTIES

FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDED MARCH 31, 1966


Train, train-service Nontrain accidents Train, train-service, and nontrain casualties in
and nontrain accidents Train accidents Train-servicehighway grade-crossing accidentsaccidents
accidents highway grade-crossing accidents

Percent Accidents in which auto-
Item State Total persons Number of Total persons Total persons Total persons of total Total persons mobiles were involved
No. accidents casualties
Percent Persons
of total
Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured Killed Injured casualties Killed Injured

1 Alabama ............................... 11 109 36 4 11 78 27 1.93 5 27 1.89 5 25
2 Alaska ................................- 2 1 -
3 Arizona ................................. .. 4 33 10 1 3 27 6 .36 2 4 .31 1 4
4 Arkansas ................................ .. 9 66 18 1 8 8 47 11 1.75 7 22 1.82 7 22
5 California ............................. ... 51 322 72 6 7 44 211 1 104 7.07 36 81 7.04 33 79

6 Colorado ................................ .. 7 81 17 1 3 6 51 27 .79 5 8 .82 5 8
7 Connecticut ............................. .. 4 45 10 1 4 28 16 .06 1 .06 1
8 Delaware...............................- 13 4 8 -5 -
9 Florida ................................. .. 34 157 28 21 34 13 96 27 5.86 30 67 5.66 26 64
10 Georgia ................................. .. 17 148 66 2 3 14 111 1 34 3.93 15 50 3.77 14 46

11 Hawaii ................. .................... -
12 Idaho ................................... .. 3 28 4 1 3 22 5 .42 2 5 .44 2 5
13 Illinois .................................. 49 602 174 12 10 37 373 219 6.65 35 75 6.47 31 72
14 Indiana ................................. .. 38 160 61 5 4 33 129 27 5.50 36 55 5.59 35 54
15 Iowa .................................... .. 18 141 25 1 2 17 101 38 2.78 13 33 2.83 12 33

16 Kansas .................................. .. 18 163 31 31 17 70 1 62 1.93 14 18 2.01 14 18
17 Kentucky ................................ .. 7 100 42 13 7 48 39 .60 4 6 .63 4 6
18 Louisiana ............................. 8 85 21 2 8 64 19 1.93 5 27 2.01 5 27
19 Maine .................................. .. 50 6 34 16 .36 6 .38 6
20 Maryland ............................... .. 3 92 40 2 1 1 49 42 .12 1 1 .13 1 1

21 Massachusetts ........................... .. 3 94 13 10 3 44 40 .24 2 2 .25 2 2
22 Michigan ................................ .. 18 315 41 1 2 15 206 2 107 3.93 12 53 3.83 11 50
23 Minnesota ............................... .. 15 218 58 1 12 14 139 67 3.02 13 37 3.08 12 37
24 Mississippi ............................. .. 10 55 32 1 10 43 11 1.03 5 12 1.07 5 12
25 Missouri ................................ 27 206 36 7 6 18 124 2 76 2.66 23 21 2.70 22 21

26 Montana ................................. .. 6 98 15 2 37 4 38 23 1.09 3 15 1.13 3 15
27 Nebraska .............................. 18 58 13 18 41 17 2.05 17 17 2.01 15 17
28 Nevada .................................. .. 2 8 7 2 5 3 .06 1 .06 1
29 New Hampshire ........................... .. 2 4 1 2 4 .18 2 1 .19 2 1
30 New Jersey ............................... 13 242 44 1 15 10 148 2 79 .85 5 9 .82 4 9

31 New Mexico .............................. .. 5 38 9 3 5 24 11 .48 3 5 .44 3 4
32 New York ................................. 27 494 57 3 6 23 309 1 179 2.05 11 23 1.95 10 21
33 North Carolina ........................... 22 120 23 2 1 20 99 20 3.81 19 44 3.83 18 43
34 North Dakota. ........................... .. 4 50 12 1 8 3 30 12 .85 3 11 .88 3 11
35 Ohio .................................. 50 324 97 3 8 47 230 86 5.50 40 51 5.47 37 50

36 Oklahoma ................................ .. 20 95 25 4 7 15 58 1 30 2.84 17 30 2.77 16 28
37 Oregon .................................. .. 1 59 11 1 47 12 1.09 1 17 1.13 1 17
38 Pennsylvania .......................... 24 438 181 17 23 241 1 180 1.93 10 22 1.76 7 21
39 Rhode Island .......................... 1 6 1 4 2 -
40 South Carolina ........................... 16 54 9 2 14 48 6 2.60 13 30 2.64 13 29

41 South Dakota ............................ .. 1 14 8 1 2 10 2 .73 1 11 .75 1 11
42 Tennessee ................................ 17 103 58 1 4 16 73 26 2.42 13 27 2.33 11 26
43 Texas ................................... .. 43 395 85 9 43 272 114 10.69 39 138 11.13 39 138
44 Utah .................................... .. 8 30 9 6 1 22 1 8 .79 7 6 .82 7 6
45 Vermont ................................. .. 8 3 2 6 -

46 Virginia ................................ .. 10 150 55 3 10 107 40 1.69 8 20 1.76 8 20
47 Washington .............................. .. 5 99 22 2 4 69 1 28 .91 2 13 .94 2 13
48 West Virginia ........................... .. 9 68 44 3 8 50 1 15 .42 5 2 .44 5 2
49 Wisconsin ................................ 21 127 39 2 2 19 98 27 3.75 18 44 3.65 15 43
50 Wyoming ................................. .. 1 16 7 1 12 4 .30 1 4 .31 1 4

51 District of Columbia .................. 38 5 8 30 -
52 State Unknown .........................- 1 1 -


Total ........................... 680 6,422 1,684 89 282 576 4,154 15 1,986 100.00 504 1,151 100.00 469 1,122

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