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Amtrak To Drop $25,000 Ticket Price For Two Wheelchair Users After Complaints
"Least partly on its plan to charge to wheelchair writers twenty five thousand dollars for a short train ride and here's Joseph Shapiro has more Amtrak says it will make space for two wheelchair users headed from Chicago to the station in Bloomington normal Illinois the cost of a regular ticket is sixteen dollars but Amtrak said it didn't have enough space on the train for a group of wheelchair writers and that it would cost twenty five thousand dollars to reconfigure the rail car Amtrak responded after NPR reported the extra charge and after US senator Tammy Duckworth asked for a meeting with Amtrak CEO Richard Anderson both the senator and the writers say Amtrak's answer doesn't go far enough because it doesn't address whether it will charge such high prices in the future Joseph Shapiro NPR news in Vancouver
"richard anderson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Here we go and other Danish as card there seems to be a theme to this walkie buck so far Brad lower house. Okay. It is only Milwaukee Bucks. Only. Not. Yeah. Exactly. Larry Chris cows. What I don't know what this says Chris co we act is it only white mock ya it seems to be so far Frank Rakowski. Okay. It is only white Milwaukee Bucks. I'll note we have a hornet, Richard Anderson. Okay. But he's a white guy. Kelly puka. Okay. Okay. So it's only bucks and Hornets another Kelly Puka, it's only white Hornets in bucks, Dave hopping. So he says name he's a hornet as well. And he was white Eric Lechner. But you knew that Dave Hopkin was a Hornets. Did you just looked at the car? Yeah. Another Whitehorn it. Yep. Mike Kaminski, by the way, this segment what's in the drawer? The kaminsky. I think he's a tight end for the dolphins. And he also will Whitehorn it. He is. Oh, here we go wild-card, Marc Alary. Oh, yeah. He's a bullet. Whoa bullet if you come up to Billy today. Jay Wakefield and say all these names off the top of the head. You get these cards Jack Haley and another check. Yes. But it has to be from the top of your head. You can put those core every name every name in that order. Yes. More card racist drawer, dick for more cards. I will racist drawer. Let's tell the people some details. It's today at Jay Wakefield Inwood going down to twenty one and over vent unless you've got a fake ID and your take Martell than you're invited. But don't drink. The let me cite age. We're good. Okay. All right. We got one. By what we mean, a sonic? Wow. So many of these teams aren't around that was the original Hornets. We got the bullets and now we got the Sonics, man. We've lived some lives. Anyways. It all goes down at one in winwood the open swim event. Co branded us in one fourth one of four three the shark cut live music out there. The big event though is tasting the flight of beers from the shipping container. It is getting competitive. I fought Chris Cody yesterday after the show just because he said that he was gonna win this thing. And I shoved him to the ground that way, you have the black guy. Mike shoved him to the ground, and then he came up and pop me. And then we brought it out afterwards. Bro. Hug like we're good. We're good. The writings on the wall for me to win. Oh, my God ginger ginger, yum, yum, CHA ginger, peach Pierce, our own my guy this morning from the Jay Wakefield people tried it. It is perfect. I think it's a lie. Did they didn't touch me. This ally. While you lying to dig for coaching. How can I see that this racist drawer, by the way is producing a lot of the same. However, I've found a Dave Jamerson cord but Magic Johnson's on it too. Oh. At least twenty four cents. There was a at the seven hundred studios. I wonder if it's still there there's a running cycling poster, and Michael Jordan is Gordon Ronnie cycling, so you can say Ronnie siklie poster is Michael Jordan in this because there's only two people in the poster, Jordan and cycling, and it's very clearly Jordan because says Jordan Twenty-three on it. I don't know any other ones, by the way to things one. You forgot the half court shot from Dwayne oh twenty that. That was the key spread before. Duane, how to bail them out with the steel? Yup. Bill Richardson out speaking of ginger, yum, yum. I tell you guys I made homemade about you. Bochy grill. I do not are you like Tyree is good. Tyree says a Benny honner his backyard, really grip. No, I seen it on whose Instagram. Sorry went to the Benny honner. Tyree says house is the I'm not believing that you made legitimate hibachi because the Keita hibachi is that border that they grow. I made my own go. As soon as I bought saw the yummy yum sauce at fresh market. I was like, oh, I'm in. I'm doing all this. And I got the fillet got the scallops. I made my own fried Brown rice. It was awesome..
Seafair Torchlight Parade and Run to close Seattle streets Saturday
"And requirements will vary John Nelson with us this morning having a. Look at AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours got this roadwork. Going on blocking two left lanes that's I five. In the northbound direction between five twenty and forty history that's got traffic backed, up through, the convention centers do looking. At a, wide open drive on the floating bridges across lake Washington. No collisions no stalls blocking your way of course seafarer torchlight run will happen at six, PM torchlight parades gonna have four th avenue shut, down at seven. Pm are next, KOMO traffic at eight twenty four Now look at our forecast here in the KOMO weather center. As we have torchlight parade for seafarer tonight and. Seattle by the time we get to parade time temperatures will be cooling down, from the, mid eighties plan for lots. Of sunshine, and very warm again today we're starting off with a. Few clouds around the area and temperatures in the low sixties it'll be overnight low of, sixty three I is planned for Sunday eighty eight for. The, high lots of sunshine still very warm and that will continue Monday Tuesday and even Wednesday that's. The latest from the KOMO weather center Stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station. KOMO news one thousand FM ninety seven seven Familiar. Sound among so many when it comes to our summer celebration, that we call fair here. In Seattle sixty ninth annual is now underway actually told me. About ten weeks seventy five different sanctioned events there's ten. Signature events of seafarer many which are rolling today it's. Going to be busy in the city of Seattle tens of thousands will be here for the torchlight parade tonight we've got to, see for torchlight run and then something. New in the last few years has been Siefert torchlight fan fest which keeps everybody busy at Seattle center. It's a sneak preview and a chance to actually meet person to person everybody who's in the parade tonight and earlier, this week c. for president and CEO Richard Anderson had. Some moments to speak. With our very own komo's Tom hutler about. What to expect for seafarer this year let's give a listen we have the Alaska Airlines flight parade sixty ninth addition think most of us are feeling. Like this'll. Be the. Biggest and best ever certainly right up, there with with any of them over over One hundred entries a theme. Of inclusive so just just so much fun and so many, many areas represented the concession. On fans and spritz bottles that would be a good what. We'll start here the blue angels testing later next week. Then the seafarer weekend itself unlimited hydroplane still a fan. Favorite around here but there's a lot more going on at Genesee park as well there there is so we of course have, the traditional hydroplanes and all levels and. Putting the fastest in the world will be there along with the tunnel boats the ones and grand prix. And vintage and we have the j. hydros this year which are youngsters building their own boats and racing in front, of the main grandstand so that's a lot of fun. An amazing air show. But as you said you know we we. Really spread our wings much more Inc around music food is a huge feature you will you will see food items like you read about it safer We'll have the h. o. folks doing the. The wake boarding which is. A big. Fan favorite in we're bringing back the world class BMX, bike Exhibits some of the. Best bike tricksters in the world lots of, lots of fun lots of things to do for everyone Friday by. The way is a free, day if, you simply go to. Elm street Bank you can pick up, free tickets and come out courtesy of Tulalip and then Saturday and Sunday of course or full. Pay days and all three days. We have the the blue angels in the air and. The Boeing air show the Albert Lea Cup hydroplane racing so it's it's a big deal it's become such a multifaceted event down. At the park it used to be basically just the boat races, in some food vendors and, now so much going on for so many people. And of course between now and the actual weekend racing next week there's, fleet wick fleet week which is always a really cool event around here it's it's it's not an unsung, hero because people certainly. Know about it but tens of thousands of our our naval, coast guard personnel will descend on our. Beautiful city and move treat them with with Great hospitality but they also welcome us aboard their, ships or ship tours The coast guard and navy, involved will have Canadian ships as well so it's really a cool deal and you'll. See literally thousands of our young, military personnel in and around, the streets so, when, you're in. Downtown Seattle be sure and and say I. Thank you Richard good luck it's. Going to be a lot of fun thanks for spending time with us I know. You're busy and congratulations on what I'm sure we'll, be another. Great success komo's Tom hutler with president and CEO of fair Richard Anderson and if we're fairly new to all the fun of the summer celebration now sixty nine ninth year there is more than just a torchlight parade and some race. Boats and a few airplanes to. Have a look at, seafarer dot com and you'll see what I mean volunteer divers in Greece. Scouring the sea for potential victims of the. Country's deadliest wildfire in decades these are your, world headlines, from ABC news one of the divers Martinez Amaechi from Italy Needs to be done it's still unclear how many people might be missing Gaza health, officials say. A Palestinian was killed and dozens injured buys Rayleigh fire at a border protest it's official Pakistan's election commission has declared former cricket star Imran Khan's party the winner of the country's historic third consecutive election of a civilian government but he. Must now form a coalition and. British Prime Minister Theresa, may has been discussing Brexit with the leader of Austria which girly holds. The rotating European Union presidency I'm Tom rivers. At the ABC news foreign desk in London For the propel insurance money and business update we'll bring it to you at twenty and fifty past the hour here on KOMO equity markets, were all over the place this, week the thirty stock Dow Jones industrial average rose a bit over four hundred points to close at twenty five four fifty, one the broader s., and p. five hundred rose just twelve points though to Twenty-eight nineteen and the broadest US equity measure. The SNP total market index pretty much broke even gaining just two points. For the week the bad stuff happened to some of the big names on the. NASDAQ which lost one hundred and five points for. The week propelled, lower by plummeting social media stocks on Thursday Facebook. Set a dollar loss record shedding. Almost one hundred. And twenty billion dollars in market value for about nineteen. Percent in a single day for the week the loss total thirty six, dollars a share as Facebook closed out at one hundred and seventy five dollars a share Friday it was Twitter's turn to, plunge giving up twenty percent in a day. Twitter ended the week down about twenty.
Regional airlines hurt by worsening pilot shortage
"When he ran out the doors around ten this morning he got about two blocks away when he tried to stop a passing car and that's when the king county jail guard opened fire police don't believe herron was armed but detective patrick michaud says the man has been accused of shooting and killing an eighteen year old woman in can't just a few weeks back and now the jail guard involved shooting is now under investigation at seattle's gasworks park tonight yes excitement is building for the fireworks extravaganza over lake union this barbecue vendor says he's been prepping for this day for day we started smoking it's about three days ago 'cause they're expecting about forty to sixty thousand people and we have about two to three thousand pounds worth of meat on there right now the fireworks show is gonna last twenty minutes but see fair ceo richard anderson tells kiro seven the planning for it has taken months music score this firework show is one of the few in the country choreographed is all medically around bringing people together unity so credible music and fireworks show where you're gonna see things you've never seen before again forty thousand people expected to attend that show at gasworks park so you can expect traffic getting in and out of there if you've been to sea tac lately it's no surprise that record numbers of travelers are going through the airport it's like that at many airports around the world but as the number of travellers skyrockets there is a shortage of pilots go one to ten where is the pilot today i think it's at least a six while hog is president of region carrier piedmont airlines which needs to train and replace as many as two hundred and forty pilots a year the pipeline for young aviators is drying up and it should be a national concern the cost of learning to fly is almost three times more expensive than it was in the nineties many of our our young pilots have tour fifty three hundred thousand dollars of debt when they come work for a regional carrier cbs's kris van cleave says regional airlines have increased the starting pay to sixty thousand now compared to forty thousand a couple of years ago let's check back in with rc cats now with a hyper radio realtime traffic we're still dealing with.
"richard anderson" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Absolutely look for comparisons we just had a result of an investigation yesterday dealing with a local transit where had a couple of trains and different locations run into the polls at the ends of tracks and they found commonality in that which was uh sleep deprivation the the engineers were tired so they will look for common themes one common theme among amtrak crashes has been the notion that congress ordered railroads to install automatic braking technology called positive train control to try to slow down or stopped trains if the engineer is not responsive that might have prevented some of these crashes but the safety experts also one that it wouldn't stop all of them such as the garbage truck with the train with the republican lawmakers on board and in the south carolina crash the system was actually turned off as they upgraded the track for this technology so it's not the be all end all it is one thing bit safety experts congress all agree live they would like to see install will stress again that positive train control wooden prevent all of these accidents that we're talking about part hanson but in the meantime before this technology is nationwide is anyone getting a big picture handle on how to improve safety at amtrak will the newest ceo richard anderson just took control of the railroad he comes from the airline industry he was a time executive a delta and he is promoting safety is the railroads top priority he says he wants to improve the culture of safety there but as we see there are training problems miss communications and perhaps even mechanical problems such as we saw with the cars uncoupling yesterday on the acela so they have some work to do but from the top the new ceo anderson does want to instill a culture of better safety on the railroad well that acela uncoupled but.
"richard anderson" Discussed on WGTK
"Richard anderson says that the signal system run by a private railroad was down when one of his passenger train slammed into a freight train on the side track in south carolina killing two workers anderson said this badgers at csx where manually routing trains and around 245 am sunday he says he would deferred to the national transportation safety board investigators determine what role that that played in the rack that also sent one hundred sixteen people to the hospital most of them with minor injuries at the release of the memo but the house intelligence committee undermined the mother investigation republicans say no congressman intrigue galle says the release of the memo was not to discredit the fbi i don't think there's a bigger supporter of the fbi and congress uh than the in those of us who work with them in a previous life uh i have tremendous respect for the bureau there are thirty thousand employees uh let's assume that there are five engaged and conduct that we have questions about yanni on cbs's face the nation of lewis taking a high toll on children this season the cdc reporting fifty three deaths nationwide experts amp some advice for parents daca gave me camera eyes with the william f ryan health center says children up to eight years old must be vaccinated twice over a fourweek period when getting their first flu shot one of the deaths that happened this year in the nation was a child that only received one flu vaccine she also says even though it's not one hundred percent effective you won't get as sick if you get the vaccine where noticing those patients aren't a sec as opposed to the patients that have not gotten the vaccine the cdc says in a bad year the flu kills up to fifty six thousand people julie walk new york the cdc this year reporting fifty three deaths nationwide more on these stories at town.
"richard anderson" Discussed on WGTK
"Before the new americans united hi everybody pigs the lady somber news coming out of amtrak train making his first trip bought a new roof when it derailed near pont washing and and you know we're talking about at washington where many of you are listening to us right now i here's the scoop that we know i was shocked during the day when i heard this what happened was the amtrak cascades 501 making that inaugural move across the tracks on this new routes that they have the train ran off the track near pont it spilled thirteen cars of interstate 5 overpass onto rushhour traffic below which is frightening all the deaths were contained to the train however about a hug people were transported to hospitals in pierce and thurston county's lot lot of uv familiar with that area and you know am tracks presidents said and ceo richard anderson said positive train control was not activated on the tracks when that derailment happened nephew don't remember ptc we actually had somebody on talking about it it's this technology that automatically slows down and eventually stops trait train rather if it senses that it's going to fast so thirteen cars jumped the track the train had fourteen cars including two engines so this was awful awful day that's for sure there's a 20member team that they're on the ground from the national transportation safety board investigating all of this and when you look at it it is scary it's scary to look at it looks like from above especially just mangold trains which is what they are and looking at that derailment very very frightening to see that the train.
"richard anderson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio this week's deadly amtrak crash mark the train operators third fatal accident in as many years putting the safety record of america's passenger train company into question speaking at the scene ntsb official belo binsar discussed the cause of the crash the investigator in charge has obtained a download of the if that data recorder on the rear locomotive kalinin air indications are that the train was travelling at eighty miles per hour in a thirty miles per hour track ryan bean bloomberg news of transportation policy reporter joins us now for more from our boom ninety nine one studios in washington dc and ryan one thing that you wrote a about the in your story was the fact that at least on this a stretch of track um a it did not include this automated train safety system long recommended by the ed by the anti sb the positive trained control what can tell us about that right it you have richard anderson the ceo of amtrak on a on a cobbles reporter said after being as many times that you know the the uh positive train control system was not active on this stretch of track is that that that's sugar reignite the debate over positive train control which as a remember was in pretty hot after the the 2015 amtrak crash in philadelphia where the operator was or the engineer of the train was travelling at twice the speed limit in a section of track and subsequently derailed and eight people were killed two hundred were injured and there's positive trend controlled could have prevented that accident as well but that the deadline for implementation has been pushed back to 2018 after us several rail railroads said that there would be really difficult to meet in earlier timeframe so what does this what what what this positive train controlled do with it like a breaking system that is key in the track itself or how does it work.
"richard anderson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The by the anti sb the positive train control what can tell us about that right it you have richard anderson the ceo of amtrak on a a call with reporters said after being asked many times that you know the the positive train control system was not active on this stretch of track is that that's shorter your reignite the debate over positive train control which as a remember was in pretty hot after the the 2015 amtrak crash in philadelphia where the operator was early engineer of the train was travelling at twice the speed limit in a section of track in subsequently derailed in a people were killed two hundred were injured and there's positive trend controlled could have prevented that accident as well but that the deadline for implementation has been pushed back to 2018 after us several rail railroads mieno said that they would be really difficult to meet in earlier timeframe so what does this what what what does positive train controlled do like a breaking system that is in the track itself or how does it work it's an infrastructure tool it essentially helps per is designed to prevent a train from from from speeding it's it's something that you know sort of is is is active in the background in and and makes it impossible for a train to be going too fast in aid a section of track that that's not designed to accommodate that speed the reason i'm asking about as because i i do remember this from that that crash in philadelphia and that's all that the congress and the administration and amtrak we're talking about was you know we need this system to make sure that these kind of crashes don't happen and now i'm surprised to learn you know that this has been deferred to 2018 this a big go it's been two years of the hold up has been just what the implementation uh issues uh you you suggested some of the railroad companies have said it'd be hard to implement as it is money or what you know it's uh it's the devil's always in the details right things always tend to take a little bit longer especially when it comes to infrastructure projects like this brian thanks that's bloomberg news transportation policy reporter ryan be you're listening to bloomberg politics policy and power on bloomberg radio.
"richard anderson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Name names a name agency so name some of the names here than some of the agency's ah the these people have been appointed to will yes so i mean we've got a i like i said it's across across the federal government so that you know there is a former mining executive who is now in charge of of mine safety at the labor department added epa there is a former chemical industry toxicologist she was an executive at the american chemistry canceling and she's nail writing chemical safety rules for epa in a way so far that seems to dovetail with what her previous employer would like to see anke jennifer that's jennifer deloitte bloomberg news energy and environmental policy reporter you're listening to bloomberg politics policy and power on bloomberg radio this week's deadly amtrak crash mark the train operators third fatal accident in as many years putting the safety record of america's passenger train company in the question speaking at the scene ntsb official belo binsar discussed the cause of the crash be investigator in charge has obtained a download of the event data recorder on the rear locomotive kalinin air indications are that the train was travelling at eighty miles per hour in a thirty miles per hour track ryan bean bloomberg news transportation policy reporter joins us now for more from our bloomberg 991 studios in washington dc and ryan one thing that you wrote a about the in your story was the fact that at least on this stretch of track um it did not include this automated train safety system long recommended by the by the anti sb the positive train control what can tell us about that right it you have richard anderson the ceo of amtrak on a cobbles reporters said after being asked many times that you know the the positive train control system was not active on this stretch of track is it that that's sugar to your reignite the debate over positive train control which it has a remember was in pretty hot after the the 2015 amtrak crash in philadelphia where the operator was or the engineer of the train was travelling at twice the speed limit in a section of track and subsequently derailed an eight people were killed two hundred were injured and there's positive trend controlled could have prevented that accident as well but that the.
"richard anderson" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Accept for except for more details to a talk forty dot com delta airline ceo ed bastions says that he wants to get reimbursed by atlanta for the airport outage on sunday ain't that nice you know what i'd tell ed bastion of delta airlines if i were in authority the city which is probably wild there be there kiss my ass you know i was stuck in this messan by large i'm not complaining asking for the four hundred dollars in hotels and overpriced food that i had to buy my wife had to shared by with me because we couldn't get home do the airport ouch how about my four hundred dollars how about all the passengers money in a statement he said he found it shocking it took nearly twelve hours to get the power on our back on at hartsfieldjackson international airport and he plans to seek compensation for the airlines lost revenue as a result quote we will certain lee be seeking the opportunity to have a conversation and then seek reimbursement he says he's not sure whether it's georgia powers fault or the airport bastion said they lost about twenty five to fifty million dollars of revenue as a result of the outage and they cancelled ultimately fourteen hundred flights now there's a difference between the former ceo of delta and add bastion the current ceo of delta richard anderson was the guy that took him through bankruptcy ultimately rebuilt the company made it very profitable company very good guy and a lot of the pilots and people that i've talked to privately really liked richard anderson jury still out on it bastiat i i don't have an opinion on him as a ceo but i'll give you the kind of i'll give the kind of things that that pile a pilot or to share with me they said richard anderson used to come on the plains and he would demand unless there was an empty seat that wasn't going to be filled he demanded sit in the jump seat he he would fly around in really the worst seat on the plane the ones that the flight attendants have to strap themselves into that are by the exit doors the jumped seats are very uncomfortable they're like concrete they're like boards and he would never bump a passenger you would never take of paying seed and say the big grasser young enough you know this the.
"richard anderson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thing that you wrote a about the in your story was the fact that at least on this a stretch of track um a it did not include this automated train safety system long recommended by the by the anti sb the positive train control what can tell us about that right it you have richard anderson the ceo of amtrak on a on a call with reporters yesterday said after being asked many times that you know the the a positive train control system was not active on this stretch of track is it that that's sugar your reignite the debate over positive train control which as remember was uh in pretty hot after the the 2015 amtrak crash in philadelphia where the operator was or the engineer of the train was travelling at twice the speed limit in a section of track in subsequently derailed and eight people were killed two hundred were injured and there's positive trend controlled could have prevented that accident as well but that the deadline for implementation has been pushed back to 2018 after us several rail railroads said that they would be really difficult to meet in earlier timeframe but yeah so what does this what what what this positive train controlled do with like out of braking system that is in the track itself or how does it work it's an infrastructure tool at essentially could help spur is designed to prevent a train from from from speeding it's it's something that you know sort of its is active in the background in and and makes it impossible for a trained to be going too fast in a a section of track that that's not designed to accommodate that speed the reason i'm asking about is because i i do remember this from that crash in philadelphia and that's all that the congress and the administration and amtrak we're talking about was you know we need this system to make sure that.
"richard anderson" Discussed on KOMO
"Seattle the portland jumped the tracks near of an overpass crossing i5 amtrak oh ceo richard anderson crane i own fourteen cars including two locomotives every passenger car and one of those locomotives derailed some of them crashing down onto the highway below striking a number of vehicles more than a hundred have been hospitalized many of them critically speed may have been a factor than sound transit confirms that the limit was thirty miles an hour on that portion of the track the associated press cites a tracking site the chose the train may have been going eighty just before the derailment the ntsb has launched an investigation jeff pohjola komo news latest press briefing from this evening statement from dan hall with washington state patrol i first want to say to the families in the victims that were involved in this tragedy this morning how deeply sorry work for them and they are in our thoughts and prayers i did want to give you a quick operational brief fund where we're at right now as you all know this morning at around seven thirty in the morning we received a call of a train derailment here in dupont where we had the train cars actually come down on interstate 5 that which is the main are major interstate here through pierce and thurston county's are first responders got here and immediately did a life rescue search of those trains it also of the cars below that were on i five in total they were able to get everyone out of the trains and i've got some numbers here that i don't think we released earlier but we had nineteen people they were transported uninjured from the scene up to do pont where they were reunited with family 72 were evaluated and transported from the scene ten of those were in serious conditions uh four were in moderate or excuse me had moderate injuries and nine had minor injuries of the ten that were.
"richard anderson" Discussed on WGTK
"New american nine hi everybody take the lady somber news coming out of amtrak train making his first trip on a new route when it derailed near dupont washing and and you know we're talking about at washington were many of you are listening to us right now i here's the scoop that we know i was shocked during the day when i heard this what happened was the amtrak cascades 501 making that inaugural move across the tracks on this new ruth that they have the train ran off the track near dupont it spilled thirteen cars of interstate 5 overpass onto rush hour traffic below which is frightening all the deaths were contained to the train however about one hundred people were transported hospitals in pierce and thurston county's a lot of you've they've familiar with that area and you know tracks president said and ceo richard anderson said positive train control was not activated on the tracks when that derailment happened nephew don't remember ptc we actually had somebody on talking about it it's this technology that automatically slows down and eventually stops a train train rather if it senses that it's going too fast so thirteen cars jumped the track the train had fourteen cars including two engines so this was awful awful day that's for sure there's a 20member team that they're on the ground from the national transportation safety board investigating all of this and when you look at it it's it's it is scary it's scary to look at it looks like from above especially just mangold trains which is what they are and looking at that derailment very very frightening to see that the train was carrying seventy seven passengers seven crew members at the time i think we have bob ney with us who is the former congressman from ohio from talk media news hey bob how are you i'm could kate how are.
"richard anderson" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens federal investigators say it could take a year or longer to figure out the cause of the amtrak derailment the killed at least three people and injured dozens more early monday amtrak president richard anderson says the company is now setting up a center and hotline for families of people impacted by the wreck everyone and crack press that we are deeply saddened by all that has happened anderson says the track that passenger train 501 was using did have advanced technology designed to avoid accidents by slowing or stopping a speeding train but that the equipment was still being tested the train was making its maiden trip on a new faster route when thirteen of its cars went off the tracks on an interstate overpass as oregon public broadcasting's molly solomon reports cities and towns along the route began voicing safety concerns over a decade ago in two thousand thirteen at the city of lakewood washington at suit to block a new amtrak seattle to portland train route from passing through town the city ended up losing the case and eight hundred million dollars were invested in the bypass route and a new station lakewood city councilman john simpson said the biggest concern remains safety drains on the new route travel up to speeds of seventy nine miles per hour it it is is an an issue issue wrap the city of lakewood was adamantly opposed to in order for the train to save six minutes of travel time just two weeks ago the mirrors lakewood predicted a deadly crash could happen along the new route amtrak says the new corridor was supposed to make the trip more reliable and avoid free traffic for npr news i'm molly solomon in vancouver washington the trump administration has vetoed a un security council resolution urging the president to reverse his decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital as npr's michele kelemen reports the only dissenting vote was cast by the united states ambassador nikki haley says her low no vote is not a source of embarrassment for the us the united states will not be told by any country where we can put our embassy the trump administration is planning to move the embassy to jerusalem recognising what haley cause a reality that israel's government is base there.
"richard anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"A 1958 is called curse of the faceless man now that title some of you might have your memories jogged a little bit with that yeah i remember seen that movie i saw this movie again just recently and i hadn't seen it since i was a kid and it was still moving what i what i thought was kind of eerie about it it's basically it's a mummy movie i don't wanna tell you more about that they find the person buried you know in real life of course in pompeii when you hit a cavity underground with all the harden pumas and stuff that's a human cavity many times they would put the plaster in that and then you know chisel away the rock and then take out the plaster in its a copy of the person who had died while they don't they're they're not bothering with reality they're they're basically it's like he comes alive right and he wants a certain thing to get back and he was stopped in what he was trying to do because of the explosion the the arrived shen of of uh of the sylvia's in seventy nine ad it's kind of a really neat movie i mean it's it's a it's a horror movie but it really has atmosphere to it it stars richard anderson that wonderful actor who died just a few months ago veteran actor from the long hot summer and probably to most people the sixmilliondollar man the play the government you know his government handler oh yeah oscar gold oscar goldman and he just so every what you recognize that he's in this is one of his early films curse the faceless man absolutely wonderful and it gives you that sense of history and it is it's a better amblin it's perfect for for this this time of the year um so again just.
"richard anderson" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Little bit you know by god car cable was one i wish i had already so whether they should at all right air everyone a quiet now all right arafat and that i can win dear john i would have i call them uh or something that i did added while i woke up on alive it blew goliath athough and they're just kept doing that what was over i i should above that i i just had a to a debate could today that i've vacant the money impromptu a agent the can't after the more than that i set my line knowing eight blown the line capers saint going out and that i've tried could that why here tried it off a it added at locker story about the people but i actor of course are are the voted to it and uh i tori turkey cold out today it really is and not at all in one of the things i love about richard anderson at last a memoir is you not only talk about uh some of the big stars that you work with you know throughout your career in film and television richard but you you give us a lot of the little stories you know a lot of like like he just share about clark gable amine about the dea take taken the time to help another actors even though you know he was contractually ills contractually past 5 o'clock he could have gone home his those stories like that that know people don't know about it helps show that there were there were stars but there were people and they are in and when he came down to the day on the set there were actors in actors help other actors out wow you got it through crowded and uh that always been the case uh certainly uh they want to be doing that script writer ego but they they also hope that change will work of isis they don't work and that kind of tough because uh if schedule after the pardon shut out it doesn't work either so there's a lot of times where we withdrew were and added trainer to you know i've sometimes it after we stopped our shooting comeback late today we we've got remade actor richard anderson from a conversation that originally aired at august two thousand fifteen on the judge richard passed away thursday august 31st at each a reminder that the.
"richard anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Show the 80s also cain abel fantasy island from eighty one eighty four on several episodes the fallguy where he would retain with lee majors who set a very very nice tribute to him yesterday that um near how wonderful in sort of like old school richard anderson was always a wonderful dresser and just always nonplussed wonderful that be around witty i not someone on the set he would be very angry or arrogant or anything like that he was just a a wonderful person to work with and have a feeling lee majors isn't the only one who uh who thinks that others night rider entr angel's in the late seventies early '80s and of course the love boat the biotic woman in the sixmilliondollar man introduced him to a whole new generation of young people who loved those shows running from 1974 to seventy eight other iconic tv shows of the '60s ironside gunsmoke and they're they're just to numerous even to to mentioned all the other tv shows of the '60s but let me just go through some of the major ones walt disney's wonderful world of colored you remember when walt disney actually had that jarrett you probably don't even remember that it was called the wonderful world of color i guess up until about 1984 something like that when the change the the type maybe even later than that actually but i grew up on that and he was he was a star in a nineteen seventy episode of that cold medicine the mountain which i think i remember seeing when i was a kid another one was land of the giants daniel boone and the wonderful series the big valley with barbara stanwick an lee majors of course in the cast their and i remember when the majors he he was on that it was a tv guide interview that i've never forgotten when the sixmilliondollar man started in 74 he said you know i've been in television for a long time i i've been on for a long time on the big valley uh i was second banana or third banana on all these shows finally now on the top and i've got my own series and i was in that would became so popular was on for four or five seasons also others bonanza the fugitive perry mason of course he actually takes over for ray collins who gotten sick and die that fabulous actor you remember him from lever.
"richard anderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The man his we have the technology is nick viall two core stronger welcome back everyone of course a little bit of a tribute to the wonderful actor richard anderson who died a couple of days ago his dates 1926 to 2017 i mean you remember that program the sixmilliondollar man and then from the by woman also talk about an actor you've seen practically your whole life maybe not in the leading role of the film all or the lead character and tv series of which he did dozens he was definitely a very important contingent but made those films and those tv shows possible during television and films golden age his career going all the way back to earth the early 1950s until just you know very recently just a few years ago i just wanted to this spend a few minutes just talking about him in about some of his films kind of like without even deliberately hoping to plan this with our rick detering show talking about jerry lewis and just the incredible amount of talent when you think about it that we have lost over the last two or three years in film television the stage it's really quite a a cultural loss richard anderson is an actor i know that he appeared at a comecon convention if you've ever been to one of those it's a big convocation of mostly sifi tv shows of films star wars many times the stars appearing you can lineup you can pay to have your photograph taken with them yet dan martin goes to those and we talk about them and sometimes william shatner will be there other members of the newer cast say of the uh later iterations of um you know patrick stewart for instance and others of star wars of star trek and other tv shows and films devoted to science fiction subjects way rishard anderson went to one in chicago i think it was about four years ago and i saw it maybe three years ago and.
"richard anderson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"But that skill wasn't enough to avoid arrest police in surf city north carolina sa zachary kingsbury jumped into the ocean and started swimming after a cop spotted illegal contraband in his car they used a drone to follow the 20yearold about sixty feet away from them have the plate absence are schork was women nearby lost interest in the lynnwood washington man police did not though that drone lost sight of the swimming suspect after about an hour in the water more than half a mile offshore cox caught up with him near a beach access point at a nearby town around his attempt to escape justice made a big splash but authorities will see him in court on drug charges chang netzler fox news popular 1970s tv actor has die emme nominated actor richard anderson has died aged ninety one at the actress best known for playing askar goldman in both 19th seventy hit series the six milliondollar man and the biannic when he got a pretty big investment nearby on a woman hear kiddo i probably cost as much as steve did not quite sixminute climbing your parcel smaller coastline i understand had more than one hundred eighty film and tv roles in six decades of working as an actor in hollywood but his best known as the hamburg for both the biannic man and woman the series ran for one hundred fifty episodes and several tv movies two of which anderson produce michelle pollino fox news after several years on the market the connecticut home once belonging to katherine hepburn has sold for eleven point five million dollars the sixbedroom homes it's on one point five acres in litchfield county the property had most recently belong to a new york developer who regionally had it on the market four thirty million a second home on the property remains on the market heffer and died in 2003 it a ninetysix lee sylla sarah fox news radio wcbm baltimore filed showers and thunderstorms coming up from the southwest from tropical depression harvey was flooding potential sleep.