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October 1, 1991 | Associated Press
Two engines from a Southern Pacific freight train hit a rockslide and plunged 500 feet off a mountainside Monday, killing two crew members, authorities said. Two other crew members survived by jumping from one of the locomotives as it plunged down the mountain, an officer said. The lead locomotive landed in South Boulder Creek, and the second came to rest about halfway down the 45% grade, he said.
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October 1, 1991 | Associated Press
Two engines from a Southern Pacific freight train hit a rockslide and plunged 500 feet off a mountainside Monday, killing two crew members, authorities said. Two other crew members survived by jumping from one of the locomotives as it plunged down the mountain, an officer said. The lead locomotive landed in South Boulder Creek, and the second came to rest about halfway down the 45% grade, he said.
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