About 2:35 a.m., on March 29, 1982, Amtrak locomotive Extra 769 East, a rescue locomotive which had been dispatched from the 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, collided head-on with standing disabled train No. 195 near Bristol, Pennsylvania. The rescue locomotive was not derailed, but the locomotive and first car of train No. 195 were derailed. Twenty-three passengers and 6 crewmen were treated at local hospitals; 2 passengers and 1 crewman were admitted because of cuts, abrasions, strains and sprains. Damage was estimated at $823,000.