An engine from the Amtrak train that crashed onto I-5 on Monday, before it was transported from the scene near DuPont. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

An engine from the Amtrak train that crashed onto I-5 on Monday, before it was transported from the scene near DuPont. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Video reveals train crew action in cab before derailment

The engineer did not appear to be using an electronic device and did not apply emergency braking.

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