Bing

SEARCH HISTORY

MOUNT CARBON, W.Va. -- The fiery derailment of a train carrying crude oil in West Virginia is one of three in the past year involving tank cars that already meet a higher safety standard than what federal law requires -- leading some to suggest even ...
OregonLive · 2/18/2015
The orange flames no longer burned bright in the snow-covered woods near Mount Carbon in West Virginia on Friday. But days after a massive train derailment in the small ... have been a whole lot worse.” The crash is the latest in a series of major ...
News Week · 2/20/2015
Yesterday in West Virginia, a train carrying crude oil derailed shortly before it ... but the accident may have lasting effects for the residents of the area. Oil from the crash spilled into the Kanawha River, which is a source of drinking water in several ...
Inhabitat · 2/17/2015
A train crash in West Virginia has seen the evacuation of two towns in the area. The train was carrying more than 100 tankers of crude oil when it crashed in the south of the state, sending at least one of the carriages into the Kanawha River. At least 14 ...
Travel News · 2/17/2015
The railroad cars involved in the fiery derailment in West Virginia on Monday were a newer model ... an oil train collided with a derailed car from another train outside Casselton, N.D. The crash spilled more than 400,000 gallons of oil, generated a ...
POWER SOURCE · ByJon Schmitz · 2/17/2015
Train crash are two words that never bear good news in national headlines. A deadly collision occurred this Friday in West Virginia, leaving 20 victims hurt and one man dead. The injured were riding in a passenger train that is believed to have struck a ...
Examiner · 10/12/2013
Even for West Virginia, a state that has suffered more than its fair share of industrial disasters, the images from a train crash Monday are apocalyptic: many cars derailed, fires so fierce firefighters are simply waiting for them to burn out, 300-foot ...
The Atlantic · 2/17/2015
Passengers on the train were taking a fall foliage tour through the eastern part of West Virginia at the time of the collision along U.S. Route 250
Time U.S. · ByEliana Dockterman · 10/11/2013
On Friday, four days after the crash, all fires burning at the site were finally extinguished, and some of those evacuated have begun to return home. See also: Massive fireballs captured at the scene of train derailment in West Virginia Now, aerial images ...
Mashable · 2/20/2015
A train carrying crude oil in southern West Virginia derailed Monday, setting at least one house on fire and spilling oil into the state’s largest river, according to local news reports. Following the crash, West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin declared a ...
Time · 2/16/2015