Canadian Oil Train Derailed After Emergency Brakes Activated
TORONTO, Jan 8 (Reuters) - A Canadian National Railway train carrying crude oil and propane derailed and caught fire after the emergency brakes were activated, the Transportation Safety Board (TSB) of Canada said on Wednesday.
TSB spokesman John Cottreau said the derailment late on Tuesday included propane tankers, crude tankers, a locomotive and hopper cars, but said it was not clear whether the cars were full at the time of the crash.
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