Wrong Side Failure

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Wrong-side Failure - False Alarms
... the drivers and signalmen the benefit of the doubt and investigate whether a wrong-side failure is the cause of the accident ... This occurred with the Hinton train collision, but investigations soon showed that a wrong-side failure was not the cause ... The 2008 Chatsworth train collision was determined to be human error, not wrong side failure as a few initially said ...

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