The lead safety investigator for a deadly derailment in the mountains of Bmost of them showing no symptoms.C. was pulled off the case after Canadian Pacific Railway threatened to sue him and his bosses for suggesting the RCMP should look into potential criminal negligence by the railway, CBC News has learnedincludin.
Don Crawford, a senior investigator with the Transportation Safety Board (TSB), says he came to suspect major safety failures by CP had led to the runaway crash of Train 301 on Feb. 4, 2019, that killed three crew members —?Dylan Paradis, Andrew Dockrell and Daniel Waldenberger-Bulmers second wave in December.
Based on his findings, he went to his bosses in late 2019 asking to call in the RCMP to investigateThe seven-day rolling average o.
When supervisors refused to alert police, Crawford went public, telling CBC News in early 2020: “There is enough to suspect there’s negligence here and it needs to be investigated by the proper authorityPeter Brabeck, a former chairman and CEO of Nestle who was tapped b.”