Yet Another Oil Train Derails, Catches Fire in Ontario

Environment News Service: Another Canadian National oil train derailed and caught fire early Saturday in Ontario near the town of Gogama, about 600 kilometers (372 miles) north of Toronto. It was the second such incident in Ontario and the fourth in North America since February 14. Oil trains in West Virginia and Illinois also ran off the rails, sending fireballs and thick clouds of black smoke high in the air. The Illinois wreck occurred just this week; that fire is still burning. Four oil trains have derailed and......

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