Tragedy at Cajon Pass DVD Train Video
The True Story of the Duffy Street Incident
Find out what happened on the fateful day of May 12, 1989 when a 69-car Southern Pacific freight train went out of control on California's steep Cajon Pass and careened off the tracks into a residential neighborhood at 90 miles an hour. Shot by a camera crew who arrived on the scene even before the rescue workers, this dramatic video captures the whole story. See:
Tons of heavy steel crumpled like aluminum foil
Freight car wheels turned blue from the intense heat of braking
The train's potash cargo covering the landscape with a ghostly white shroud
Heart-stopping moments of heroism as railroad and fire department crews struggle to free victims from the wreckage
Contains graphic materials and may not be suitable for some audiences.
In Color with Live Audio and Narration
Packaged in Plain Wrap
Produced by Landmark Productions 1989
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