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A CSX train carrying Bakken oil derailed and erupted into flames in West Virginia on Monday, adding to the growing debate about the safety of transporting crude on America's railroads. The crash is the second in 10 months involving a CSX train, carrying ...
CNBC · ByHeesun Wee · 2/17/2015
Another 100-plus tanker oil train carrying crude from North Dakota’s Bakken Field derailed Tuesday morning, causing an explosive fire near the West Virginia state ... oil to a refinery in Virginia. The rural nature of the crash site may limit the damage ...
Breitbart News · 2/18/2015
PRATT, W.Va. — The oil train that derailed and burst into flame in West Virginia earlier this week had passed by Dyann Simile’s house just a few minutes earlier. Now she can see the tank cars that didn’t derail parked outside her window. They’ve ...
McClatchy DC · ByCurtis Tate · 2/20/2015
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The train that derailed in West Virginia as seen on February 18 On Monday ... several small fires were still blazing on Thursday, days after the crash, with emergency responders deciding to let the flames burn themselves out. One person suffered minor ...
Popular Science · 2/20/2015
A fiery train derailment that scattered freight-rail tank cars carrying crude oil and forced the evacuation of hundreds of families in West Virginia has revived the ongoing debate of pipelines vs ... The West Virginia crash marks at least the ninth ...
Watch Dog · 2/17/2015
Crews from the West Virginia Department of Environmental ... where its cargo originated or whose oil it was carrying. The crash occurred less than 320 kilometres west of Lynchburg, Virginia, where another CSX train bound for an East Coast oil terminal ...
CBC · 2/16/2015
In 2011, a train derailment near Scappoose prompted people living ... Serres says the increased oil train traffic means a big crash like the one in West Virginia on Monday is only a matter of time. “We've seen multiple times that derailments cause ...
KATU · ByBob Heye · 2/17/2015
... to have been a factor in an oil-train derailment in southern West Virginia, a federal transportation official said Thursday. The CSX train was going 33 mph at the time of Monday’s crash in the town of Mount Carbon. The speed limit was 50 mph, said ...
Fuel Fix · 2/20/2015
A freight train carrying shale oil derailed in West Virginia, dropping at least one car into the Kanawha ... fires weren't yet sure if severe winter conditions contributed to the crash. via CNN
Discovery Communications · 2/18/2015
Charleston, W. Va. — A log truck driver killed in a collision with a train carrying 63 sightseers and four crewmembers on a fall foliage trek amid West Virginia's mountains apparently ran through crossing signals, authorities said. Twenty-three people ...
The Christian Science Monitor · 10/12/2013