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Investigation report: July 2017 railway accident causing injury at the Quebec St. Yard in London, Ontario

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Richmond Hill, Ontario, 23 April 2018 – Today, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) released its investigation report (R17T0170) into a July 2017 occurrence in London, Ontario, during which a Canadian Pacific Railway employee was injured after falling from a train in the Quebec St. Yard.

The TSB is releasing this limited-scope investigation report to highlight the importance of completing timely vegetation control along the railway right-of-way so that vegetation obstructions do not compromise safe railway operations.

a Canadian Pacific Railway employee was injured after falling from a train in the Quebec St. Yard.

The TSB is releasing this limited-scope investigation report to highlight the importance of completing timely vegetation control along the railway right-of-way so that vegetation obstructions do not compromise safe railway operations.

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