Amid Destruction, Canadian Oil Train Crash Pollutes Rivers

Nature World News: Near the Maine border, a runaway train likely carrying hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of gallons of crude oil derailed Saturday and crashed into a downtown area in the Canadian town of Lac-Mégantic, Québec, causing death, destruction and untold environmental damage. At least 40 people are missing and five are confirmed dead. A large swath of the town is destroyed and thousands were forced to evacuate. As the community is still coming to terms with the tragedy, regional concerns over......

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