A train carrying six new B737 fuselages from their manufacturer in Kansas to the Boeing factory in Seattle, derailed in Montana on July 3rd, causing three of the fuselages to slide down an embankment into a river. The recovery process is expected to last until at least July 8th. Montana Rail Link spokeswoman Lynda Frost said: “The progress is going extremely slow. If we get one up today, it would appear it will take one day each to get them out.” Frost stated that a crew of 50 with eight heavy-lifting machines was working together to recover the three 737

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