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NTSB Board Member Robert Sumwalt briefs the media Monday on the truck/bus accident in Davis, OK

Tim DePaepe, center, gives NTSB board members an overview of the special investigation report on railroad and rail transit roadway worker protection

Rail Investigator Ruben Payan talks to media about investigation into the collision of two freight trains outside Galva, Kan.

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Chris Babcock presents at the OMS Accident Investigation Course

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Chris Babcock, a recorders specialist at the NTB, talked with 75 participants who attended last week's accident investigation course hosted by the Office of Marine Safety. These maritime safety experts, from eight different countries, came to learn the skills necessary to effectively investigate marine accidents.

Speeches and Testimony

Board member and staff remarks concerning transportation safety:

Acting Chairman Christopher Hart
Member Robert Sumwalt
Member Mark R. Rosekind
Member Earl F. Weener