The FRA recently released its report into the causes of a train crash accident last December. The train crash happened in Minnesota and resulted in the derailment of 26 cars. Additionally, one locomotive went off a bridge and into the Mississippi River. The report concludes that the accident was due to one Canadian Pacific train disregarding signals, and as a result crashing into another, larger Canadian Pacific train. A train conductor and an engineer had to be hospitalized with injuries.The failure of the train crew to heed signals can be the basis of a FELA suit against Canadian Pacific. FELA makes railroads liable for injuries suffered by its employees due the failure to provide a safe place to work for their employees, including the unsafe acts of co-workers. The FRA report shows that unsafe acts by fellow railroaders would the basis of the FELA claims for the men injured in this train crash accident.