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CTA crash photo

Chicago Fire Department and Chicago Police Department personnel triage patients work the scene after a Chicago Transit Authority train crashed into a piece of equipment that was on the rails near the Howard CTA station on the North Side, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023 in Chicago.

Ashlee Rezin/AP Photos

CTA crash photo

Chicago Fire Department and Chicago Police Department personnel triage patients work the scene after a Chicago Transit Authority train crashed into a piece of equipment that was on the rails near the Howard CTA station on the North Side, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023 in Chicago.

Ashlee Rezin/AP Photos

After CTA yellow line crash, here’s what we know about train safety

The CTA yellow line crash injured 38 people, with 23 people taken to the hospital.

Chicago Fire Department and Chicago Police Department personnel triage patients work the scene after a Chicago Transit Authority train crashed into a piece of equipment that was on the rails near the Howard CTA station on the North Side, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023 in Chicago.

Ashlee Rezin/AP Photos

   

Federal investigators are so far saying a “design issue” caused the Yellow Line crash, but a full investigation still needs to be conducted.

Reset dives into what we know about the crash — and what it means for train safety.

GUESTS: Sophie Sherry, Chicago Sun-Times breaking news reporter

Joseph Schwieterman, director of the Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development, DePaul University

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