Great, now do the scale and scope of these derailments.
These numbers may seem quite surprising, but derailments vary in severity and only a fraction result in injury. During that same time period, 5,547 people were injured when a train derailed, or approximately 174 per year. Even then, much of that data is skewed because of a 2002 derailment in North Dakota in which a hazardous materials spill injured more than 1,400 people, BTS said.
Eastern Palestine alone completely screwed up the data.
The problem you’re dodging is that we’re currently experiencing the compounding effect of infrastructure failures, which is entirely Pete Buttplug and Co.’s fault. Even so, we can still get $100 million or more for Ukraine.