M&C has 3 engines go down on same day pulling same train. Train AKWH-2 (Akron Wheeling 2) was being pulled by ex SP C44-9W 8102 and borrowed Chessie U30B 8212. The 20 car train was accending a short 2 percent grade at 30 MPH when the lead unit 8212 had electrical problems. The crew Isolated the unit and moved to 8102's cab to push the unit to the next siding in order to put 8102 in the lead. After about a mile 8102 goes into emergency. The crew later finds that the units fuel injection system has gone out. As rescue power M&C sends ex BN SD45 6473 in order to pull the two dead units and the train to the next siding. Unfortunately the SD45 starts smoking like crazy and then starts leaking oil. Now the train has 3 dead units and is on a grade. M&C sends out a technition to see if any of the units can be repaired on the road. Fortunately 8102's fuel injection problems is found to be a minor clog in a hose. After replacing the hose the unit is stuck in the lead and pulls the train the rest of the way to wheeling ------------------ Theres no such thing as having to many coal hoppers or GP40-2 when you model Chessie System LONG LIVE THE KITTEN!!! LONG LIVE BIG BLUE!!!