The ATSB is investigating the derailment of loaded Pacific National coal service TM94 near Moss Vale, NSW on 28 June 2019
Pacific National loaded coal service TM94 derailed one bogie just past Moss Vale, NSW, at 150.150 km, en route to Unanderra. The bogie was the trailing bogie of the 14th wagon NHSH42774Q. The train remain intact and there was no damage to the other wagons. There was damage to the track infrastructure as a result of the wheelsets from the bogie dragging.
As part of this investigation, the ATSB will collect evidence and statements from involved parties. This investigation is being led by the New South Wales Office of Transport Safety Investigations (OTSI). OTSI conducts rail investigations in NSW on behalf of the ATSB under the Transport Safety Investigation Act 2003.
A report will be released at the conclusion of the investigation. However, should a critical safety issue be identified during the course of the investigation, the ATSB will immediately notify relevant parties so appropriate action can be taken.
|Date:||28 June 2019||Investigation status:||Active|
|Time:||0045 EST||Investigation level:||Short - click for an explanation of investigation levels|
|Location:||near Moss Vale||Investigation phase:||Evidence collection|
|State:||New South Wales|
|Report status:||Pending||Highest injury level:||None|
|Anticipated completion:||3rd Quarter 2020|
|Train operator||Pacific National|
|Type of operation||Freight|
|Damage to train||Minor|
|Departure point||Tahmoor, NSW|
|Destination||Port Kembla, NSW|