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The National Transportation Safety Board released its final report on the fatal crash of a train in Dallas on May 3, saying the crash was caused by “human error.”

It’s not clear if the report will be released as an official report or as an open-source document, which is typically done for safety-related purposes.

But the NTSB said in a statement Tuesday that it has determined that the train, a Union Pacific Northwest train from Portland, Ore., was traveling in the wrong direction when it crashed into a mail box.

The NTSB, which was led by Mark Geier, a former Transportation Secretary, also concluded that the accident was “potentially catastrophic” to the local community.

It was the latest in a series of rail accidents on the Northeast Corridor that have resulted in severe injuries and deaths.

Here are the top 10 most deadly accidents on U. S. railways: The National Transport Safety Board has released its latest report on May 31, 2017, that concludes the May 3 crash in Dallas was caused “by human error.”

(AP) The NTSBS has identified at least 20 possible causes for the crash, including failure of a switch on the locomotive, an onboard computer error, human error, and a “technical error.”

The report concluded that human error played a role in the accident and said the accident “could have been prevented” by the use of more sophisticated safety measures.

(NPR) A major fire destroyed an entire building in the Netherlands on Thursday, a fire official told Dutch news agency NRC.

The fire started in a laundry room, which collapsed into the back of the building, NRC reported.

Dutch authorities are investigating.

Dutch investigators said in late May that the blaze in the laundry room may have been the result of a technical fault.

(Reuters) The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said a pedestrian was struck by a train Thursday morning in Pennsylvania, killing a pedestrian and seriously injuring three others.

The agency said the collision occurred near an intersection in Yorktown Heights, Pennsylvania, and that a man died at the scene.

(Associated Press) A Pennsylvania state trooper was killed in a crash on Interstate 95 in the Pennsylvania City area, the Pennsylvania State Police said in an online statement.

The crash happened at about 3:45 a.m.

ET near the exit for the I-95 eastbound tollway.

The trooper was pronounced dead at the hospital, the agency said.

(AP Photo/Matt Rourke) In an email to the Associated Press, an official from the state highway patrol said the trooper was a 20-year veteran and an officer in the state Highway Patrol’s North Dakota Division.

(The AP does not identify deaths.)

“We are all deeply saddened to hear about the passing of our colleague, Trooper Jeff Wray, who died in the line of duty today,” the statement said.

The highway patrol declined to release his name.

(Fox News) The Federal Aviation Administration announced that a drone pilot in Alaska had died after he crashed into an airport fence and exploded in flames.

The FAA said in statement that the pilot, who had been flying the drone for more than two years, had been working at Alaska’s Fairbanks International Airport.

“This was a tragic accident,” said FAA Administrator Robert Hariri.

(Washington Post) A Florida man has died after an apparent malfunction with a camera that he was using to film a woman who was being assaulted, according to his family.

The family of James Olesen, 39, said Friday that he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, but that authorities have not yet released the identity of the woman.

The Olesens said the incident happened on April 19.

(ABC News) A Georgia man died after being shot and killed by his neighbor, according, to family members.

The man, named by police as 34-year-old John Thomas, was found in a home with multiple gunshot wounds after he was shot by his cousin on Sunday, the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office said.

Thomas, a father of two, had lived in the home with his wife and son, according the family.

Thomas was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead on arrival.

A relative told local news station WTSP that Thomas was shot in the neck, and was not the intended target of the attack.

(WTSP) A federal judge in Mississippi ordered a woman accused of murdering her 2-year old daughter to be held without bond.

The judge said the mother, who has not been charged, will remain behind bars pending a mental evaluation and mental health evaluation.

The child, who is also being held in the custody of her grandmother, was killed by her mother on June 8.

(Facebook) A man who had died in a hotel elevator in Mexico was found dead on a bed in the elevator, according.

The body was found by a security guard who was in the hotel room at the time.

The guards father and daughter were also in the room.

The cause of death has