Investigators will remain in the Tall City as they continue to try an determine the cause of a devastating November 15th crash along the railroad tracks near West Front Street and South Garfield Street.
Four military veterans were killed -- and 17 other people were injured -- when a Union Pacific freight train plowed into a Show of Support parade float that was crossing the tracks around 4:35 PM on November 15th.
N.T.S.B. investigators spent several hours conducting a sight-distance test at the railroad crossing near West Front Street and South Garfield Street on November 20th.
The agents brought in a freight train and a flatbed truck to re-construct the deadly crash.
The N.T.S.B. will now spend several weeks analyzing the data they compiled during the exercise.