It has been a rough week for Norfolk Southern.
On Monday, a crane operator in the US fell on his head while attempting to lift the train.
The incident took place at the train’s loading platform at Norfolk Southern’s Norfolk Southern Station in the southern United States.
He suffered a broken back, was taken to a hospital and was expected to survive.
He was not wearing a helmet and suffered only minor injuries, according to local media.
The company has not commented on the crane operator’s condition and the railway is not in any rush to find a replacement crane operator.
On Wednesday, Norfolk Southern announced that a crane had fallen onto its roof, killing one person.
The crane operator, who is from South Africa, was working for Norfolk’s Southern Railways.
He had just finished his shift and was going to leave when he fell and was killed, Norfolk Northern said in a statement.
On Friday, a man who was reportedly drunk and wearing a mask was found dead at a Norfolk Southern train station, apparently in a collapsed tunnel.
The accident happened just after 2 a.m. local time on Friday in the tunnel that connects the train to the locomotive.
Norfolk Southern said the man died from injuries suffered in the fall.
The agency said in an update to its website that the death was being investigated as a suicide.