On October 9, 1986, eastbound Amtrak passenger train 8 derailed in Fall River, Wisconsin. The train was to cross over from the eastward to the westward track in the town of Fall River. Train 8 entered the crossover at 70 mph and the locomotive units overturned. The authorized speed for the crossover was 10 mph. Two locomotive units and 10 passenger cars derailed, the fireman was killed, two crewmembers were injured seriously, and two received moderate injuries. Of the 215 passengers on board, 26 were injured.