LEONI TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Reports submitted to the Federal Railroad Administration estimate that a crash involving a Chicago-bound Amtrak train in southern Michigan in February caused nearly $2.3 million in damage.
The Jackson Citizen Patriot says the reports from Amtrak and Norfolk Southern were posted Tuesday on the Office of Safety Analysis website.
The damage estimate included $2.2 million to equipment, $37,000 to the track and $50,000 to a semi-truck that was stuck on the tracks and hit by the train.
In a statement, Amtrak said the collision caused the train's engine to tip on its side and two railcars to jump the tracks.
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The accident happened in Jackson County's Leoni Township, 45 miles south of Lansing. Authorities say 10 people were sent to the hospital.
Full service was restored the day after the crash.
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