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Flat Spots between 3 and 6 inches long were discovered on all driving wheels tires of LS-2 class 2-8+8-2 4502 following its Saluda runaway with train Second 150 on September 25, 1940. 

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An Interstate Commerce Commission investigation faulted inexperience of recently promoted engineer and his lack of air brake knowledge for the accident, in which the fireman died when crushed by coal against backhead of boiler.  Locomotive stopped 119 feet beyond and 30 feet below the end of Safety Track No. 1. "It was dark and rain was falling at the time  . . . 5:45 AM."

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