Last week, we saw a horrific train wreck outside Los Angeles where 25 people were killed, including the conductor of the Metrolink commuter train when it collided with a Union Pacific freight train. The National Transportation Safety Board confirmed that stop lights were working properly and the brakes were not applied during the incident. Was someone distracted? So far, investigators have established that the conductor had been texting while on the job, but they are not sure if it was just prior to the accident. Some very serious accidents have occurred because of the texting epidemic. Teenagers killed in car accidents, a man texting in Utah killed two other men. Some states prohibit the use of a cell phone without a headset, but what do you do about texting? The Salt Lake Tribune reported that approximately a dozen states are trying to ban text messaging behind the wheel. Read all about the investigation here.