Tower collapse that halted trains may be sabotage

Authorities suspect sabotage was behind the collapse of two enormous electrical transmission towers in Wisconsin that halted Amtrak train service between Chicago and Milwaukee for much of the weekend. That service should be normal today — but investigators will be back to search for clues. An FBI anti-terrorism task force is working with the Oak Creek (Wis.) Police Department in getting to the bottom of Saturday’s tumbling of the two towers. Nobody was hurt, but freight and passenger train service was halted until Sunday evening while crews cleared the power lines from the tracks — the towers landed nearby — and authorities collected physical evidence. Full Story

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