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Families Of Veterans Killed In Midland Train Accident Turn To US Supreme Court

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Families Of Veterans Killed In Midland Train Accident Turn To US Supreme Court

Families Of Veterans Killed In Midland Train Accident Turn To US Supreme Court

The families of veterans killed in the 2012 Midland train crash filed a lawsuit today asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review their case claiming it could impact rail safety nationwide.

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