Amtrak driver cleared in deadly crash

The engineer of the Amtrak train involved in a deadly crash in Philadelphia is being cleared of involuntary manslaughter.  A judge dismissed the charges against Brandon Bostian yesterday.  Attorney General Josh Shapiro issued a statement saying his office is reviewing the judge's decision.  The train derailed in 2015 while going 106 miles-an-hour on a curve with a 50 mile-an-hour speed limit.  Eight people died in the accident and more than 200 were injured.

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