Derailment, explosion in ND raises rail safety concerns
Jan 03, 2014 | 10:38 AM
| Corinna Petry
CHICAGO Safety investigators have made progress in their probe of a crude oil train derailment that led to a massive explosion and fire just outside a small North Dakota town Dec. 30 (amm.com, Dec. 31).
One key legislator has begun talking about what more can to be done to safeguard the public.
BNSF Railway Co. opened both affected tracks Jan. 2, but notified customers that they may experience delays of 24 to 36 hours on shipments moving through the corridor between Casselton and Fargo, N.D.....
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