Subject: Train crash video
Hi Orsm. In case you haven't been sent this a thousand times already.... (that'll teach you to ask). Crash happened at 05:51am, on 14th June 2006 around Kismet / Madera, in California. The Eastbound train (lead engine BNSF 4059) was found to be at fault by not stopping where it was supposed to. That train's conductor also tested positive for cocaine, but the extent of any impairment could not be determined due to the type of test taken.
The Westbound train (lead engine BNSF 4479) was the one with the on-board camera.
The crews on both trains were injured, but nobody was killed. - Even the guy you see jumping out in the video! (not to mention the other two on that train who also jumped prior to the crash).
Not a bad effort though; with total damages estimated to be around $5.4 million.
-Video of the crash here.