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One person was killed and 23 were injured when a logging truck collided with a tourist train in rural West Virginia ... in serious condition Saturday. The collision – in a rural, isolated part of eastern West Virginia – required the mobilization ...
Los Angeles Times · 10/12/2013
MOUNT CARBON, W.Va. - Fires were still burning more than a day after an oil train carrying more than 3 million gallons of crude derailed in a snowstorm, shooting fireballs into the sky and leaking oil into a West Virginia waterway. Hundreds of families ...
Newsday · 2/17/2015
Another train carrying crude oil has derailed in the United States—this one erupting in flames in West Virginia. Yet it involved newer ... Company spokesman Gary Sease said “the cause of of the derailment is under investigation.”
energyblog.nationalgeographic.com · 2/16/2015
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MSNBC · 2/18/2015
Two West Virginia towns have been evacuated after a freight train carrying crude oil derailed and burst into flames on February 16. Train operator CSX said in a statement that one person was being treated for potential inhalation of fumes, but no other ...
Hazard Ex · 2/17/2015
A CSX Corp train hauling ... Crist said West Virginia American Water was testing to see if Kanawha River water had become contaminated. West Virginia State Police First Sergeant Greg Duckworth, who was at the crash site, said that nine or 10 of ...
INFORUM · 2/16/2015
... 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 ...
Manufacturing · 2/20/2015
A CSX train hauling North Dakota crude oil derailed ... It said one person was being treated for potential fume inhalation. West Virginia State Police First Sgt. Greg Duckworth, who was at the crash site, told Reuters that nine or 10 of the cars had ...
Duluth News Tribune · 2/16/2015
A train carrying crude oil derailed in West Virginia on Monday, destroying a home and igniting ... 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.
ALLMEDIANY · 2/20/2015
Two towns in West Virginia were evacuated on Monday after a train carrying crude oil derailed and ignited, sending fireballs into the air. Emergency officials said one or more train cars had plunged into the Kanawha river. There were reports that the fire ...
Daily Telegraph · 2/16/2015