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Summit (more..)
Cajon Pass, California, USA (more..)
October 03, 2009
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A fire burns in Cajon Pass as two BNSF intermodal trains meet just below Summit. One train is heading down track 2 as the other train approaches from Silverwood on its way up track 1. All train traffic had been shut down earlier until it was deemed safe enough for traffic to continue. Two other people stopped to view the action. I don't recall the freeway traffic being stopped though SR 138 west of I-15 was closed.
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