Four hospitals say 50 people have been hospitalized but didn’t immediately report all of their conditions. At least one person was in surgery Monday.The National Transportation Safety Board says it’s sending a team, with the first members arriving Monday afternoon.The section of track where an Amtrak train derailed had just been upgraded as part of a $181 million project for a new faster route.Sound Transit, the public transit system for the Seattle area, owns the track and oversaw construction of the upgrades.Agency spokeswoman Kimberly Reason says extensive testing was done before the opening of the system Monday but didn’t immediately have further details.Reason says the project rerouted Amtrak trains that had been taking a slower route along a BNSF Railway line.A man who was driving on a highway alongside a train that derailed in Washington state says he and his friend rushed to help the victims.Daniel Konzelman says they saw train cars with the roofs ripped off or tipped upside down Monday and a few vehicles on the roadway that were damaged.He says they climbed into train cars and found injured passengers, some who were pinned underneath the train and others who appeared to be dead.Konzelman says that if victims could move and seemed stable, he helped them climb out of the train. If they appeared seriously hurt, he tried to offer comfort by talking to them to calm them down.President Donald Trump is offering “thoughts and prayers” for those involved in the train derailment in Washington state.Trump thanked the first responders at the scene and says the White House is monitoring the situation.
They offer world class entertainment that takes the musical culture of Laguna to a level not previously seen. They support local charities and our schools. They employ more than 60 people, more than half of whom are Laguna Beach residents.. She talks of visiting one community during this time and you can see the same passion Doug expresses come through in her eyes and the way her hands suddenly become more animated. “I remember being out to Cape Ray. And the people out there, when they were fighting to keep their school open.
That means you can look forward to days of savoring a black olive studded Ni fougasse ($2.95), a nuttily aromatic “Paulette” baguette, or a white sandwich loaf ($4.95), which is similar to American white bread yet with a denser crumb and briochelike flavor. Breads range from $2.45 for a plain baguette to $5.95 for a walnut loaf; rolls and similar small breads begin at 50 cents. Whatever the variety, one bite of Paul’s bread will evoke memories of your last trip to Paris (sans the attitude)..