The National Transportation Safety Board says two trains that collided head-on in the Oklahoma panhandle last month were not speeding.
A preliminary report says the eastbound train was traveling 64 miles an hour at the time of the crash and the westbound train was moving at 38 miles per hour.
The speed limit in the area is 70 mph.
The crash happened June 24th near Goodwell.
Three Union Pacific employees died in the crash. Another worker jumped to safety.
The NTSB says it retrieved recorders from the engines and are still analyzing the data to try and determine if the train operators were receiving signals properly.
Damage was estimated at nearly $15 million.