Kit Daniels infowars.com The National Transportation Safety Board won’t investigate yesterday’s Washington, D.C. subway explosion which killed one man and injured two others because it doesn’t involve “imminent threats to the safety of human life” even though the explosion occurred during an ongoing maintenance project. At least 100 workers were present at the site of the explosion, a construction zone designated for subway track maintenance on the Red Line, the primary Metro track in Washington, D.C.“Our first order of business after attending to the injured is to prevent anyone else from being hurt,” said Metro Chief Safety Officer James Dougherty, according to the Washington Times. “We also need to ensure we have the safest possible working conditions going forward, which means learning lessons from the investigation of this accident.” Dougherty won’t be getting any help from the NTSB anytime soon, however. The NTSB released a bulletin stating that although the agency knew about the fatality, it will not launch an investigation into the accident because of the government “shutdown.” to read more click here: infowars.com
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