Railroad officials to speak
Bob Cichowicz, of Chicago, looks at the train and bridge wreckage that killed his aunt and uncle, Burton and Zorine Lindner, at the Glenview/Northbrook border. | Todd Shields~Sun-Times Media
Updated: August 13, 2012 1:37PM
Representatives of Union Pacific Railroad will speak Monday on the train derailment and bridge collapse that killed two Glenview residents July 4.
The 7 p.m. community meeting is at Glenbrook North High School, 2300 Shermer Road, Northbrook, in the Sheely Center for the Performing Arts.
Union Pacific officials can also discuss the safety history of the viaduct, the site of two prior derailments, information, schedules regarding construction of the replacement viaduct and the condition of the track through Glenview.
Residents and businesses can file claims relating to the derailment, viaduct collapse and temporary closure of Shermer Road between Holste Road and Willow Road by contacting William Hannon, Union Pacific’s claim representative, at (708) 649-5310 or by email to email@example.com.
Also, on Tuesday, Clifford Law Offices was retained on behalf of the family of the couple who was killed — Burton and Zorine Lindner. The firm is working with Fisher & LaMonica trial lawyers.