Train accident raises concerns on safetyThe train derailment that killed at least 38 people in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, has heightened safety concerns about crude oil shipments by rail. It has been ..
Train accident raises concerns on safety
The train derailment that killed at least 38 people in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, has heightened safety concerns about crude oil shipments by rail. It has been confirmed that the oil was being transported by Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway (MMA) to Irving Oils refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick. The MMA said improperly secured air brakes may be to blame for the derailment, which set off fires and explosions that destroyed much of the center of Lac-Mégantic. The railway is a key link for oil from the Bakken formation and Canadian oil sands to Irving Oils Saint John refinery. Shipments of crude by rail have increased; oil shipmen
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