A new railroad bridge will be built at the site of a deadly train derailment and viaduct collapse in the northern suburbs on July 4.
The Union Pacific Railroad is correcting some misinformation about the July 4th freight train derailment that killed a Glenview couple.
The public will get a chance to meet Monday evening with railroad executives and federal investigators, about the deadly 4th of July derailment and bridge collapse on the Glenview-Northbrook border.
Federal investigators are looking at video of the freight train accident that killed a Glenview couple on the 4th of July.
The family of a Glenview couple killed in a train derailment and bridge collapse has filed a wrongful death suit against Union Pacific Railroad over the incident, and a judge has ordered cleanup of the wreck halted to preserve evidence in the case.
Crews Monday morning were working to repair a water main break in Northbrook.