Turcot Train Tragedy

Jack Locke’s journalistic investigation into the Oct 31, 2010, train mishap that killed 3 Montreal-area teens. CLICK on heading to read posting.

1. Perverse police pronouncement shows need for better training | December 18, 2010

2. Transportation Safety Board ducks investigation | December 19, 2010

3. Transportation Safety Board fails Dylan, Mitch and Ricardo | December 21, 2010

4. Witness on fateful train tells her story | December 22, 2010

5. Let there be light | December 23, 2010

6. Eight seconds to forever | December 26, 2010

7. All aboard the death express | December 28, 2010

8. Police exchange | January 7, 2011

9. Don’t ask, don’t know | January 8, 2011

10. A letter for listening, healing | January 11, 2011

11. Shocking disclosure focuses investigation | January 11, 2011

12. VIA Rail cover-up halts investigation | January 14, 2011

13. New documents disclose disturbing details | January 19, 2011

14. Investigation: Initial summary findings | January 17, 2011

15. Strahl retires, documents upcoming | March 13, 2011

16. Was deadly bullet train speeding? | March 23, 2011

7 Responses to “Turcot Train Tragedy”

  1. VIA Train Tragedy: a case in ineptitude | Lockeblog Says:

    […] four years of probing into this sad occurrence, I still have no conclusive answer as to why this tragedy […]

  2. Cover it up Conservatives | Lockeblog Says:

    […] train on October 31, 2010, there were no charges laid against the train operator. As reported in The Turcot Train Tragedy, questions were raised about whether the train was speeding and whether it was being driven in a […]

  3. My semi-annual letter from Transport Minister Lisa Raitt | Lockeblog Says:

    […] previous letter to you was posted HERE I don’t mind you neglected to address the issue of the Turcot Train Tragedy and the provision of the Railway Safety Act I expressed concern over. I s’pose these things […]

  4. I Await The Minister’s Reply | Lockeblog Says:

    […] Following the deaths, I conducted a journalistic inquiry that does not compare to the standard a judicial inquiry can bring to the matter. My findings can be seen at https://jjlocke.wordpress.com/turcot-train-tragedy/ […]

  5. When VIA Rail ignores me | Lockeblog Says:

    […] https://jjlocke.wordpress.com/2013/03/21/coroners-report-d-o-a/ https://jjlocke.wordpress.com/turcot-train-tragedy/ […]

  6. Reply to letter from the federal Transport Minister | Lockeblog Says:

    […] https://jjlocke.wordpress.com/turcot-train-tragedy/ […]

  7. Royal Commission into Railway Safety is Needed | Lockeblog Says:

    […] 16-part blog series, the Turcot Train Tragedy, highlighted some key concerns with one incident of train dangers that were not being addressed. […]

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