CORRECTS SUBJECTS NAME TO CARTER - This Aug. 23, 2012 photo from video shows Chris Carter during an interview with the Associated Press at her farm in Stillman Valley, Ill. On July 19,

 

              CORRECTS SUBJECTS NAME TO CARTER - This Aug. 23, 2012 photo from video shows Chris Carter during an interview with the Associated Press at her farm in Stillman Valley, Ill. On July 19,
CORRECTS SUBJECTS NAME TO CARTER - This Aug. 23, 2012 photo from video shows Chris Carter during an interview with the Associated Press at her farm in Stillman Valley, Ill. On July 19, 2009, while on her way home from her nursing job, Carter was a witness and had to flee the scene of a derailment of a Canadian National freight train that was carrying more than 2 million gallons of ethanol to Chicago. The resulting explosion killed a woman from Rockford. Involved in the crash were DOT-111 rail tankers, a workhorse of the American rail fleet, that have been allowed to haul hazardous liquids from coast to coast even though transportation officials are aware of a dangerous design flaw that almost guarantees the car will tear open in an accident. (AP Photo/Robert Ray)