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NTSB: Oil Train Safety A Concern [AUDIO]

Federal accident investigators are warning that a "major loss of life" could result from an accident involving the increasing use of trains to transport large amounts of crude oil.

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Railroad Company Lowers Estimate of Oil Spill in Western MN

Canadian Pacific has lowered its estimate of how much crude oil spilled during a derailment in western Minnesota.

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Train Derailment Near Brainerd Ties Up Main Track

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway is working Monday to clear a main track near Brainerd where 18 cars in a coal train derailed. The derailment left some of the coal cars on their sides. No injuries have been reported.

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Train Derailment Clean-Up Nearly Finished, Watch For Extra Trains

Clean-up a derailed train is nearly complete in Paynesville. Canadian Pacific spokesman Mike Lovecchio says most of the cars have been removed from the site, and they're in the final stages of the track reconstruction.

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Train Derailment Clean-Up Continues Today In Paynesville [AUDIO]

Clean-up of several rail cars continues today (Tuesday) in Paynesville. Eight cars of an 85-car train derailed yesterday (Monday) afternoon. Two of the cars ended-up in the North Fork Crow River.

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Freight Train Derails In Paynesville, No One Hurt

A freight train derailment in central Minnesota has sent some rail cars into the Crow River. Eight cars of an 85-car Canadian Pacific Railway train derailed in Paynesville on Monday afternoon.

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17 Empty Rail Cars Derail In Duluth

Crews will be cleaning up after 17 empty railroad cars derailed on an elevated section of track in Duluth. Two of the cars plunged from the bridge Thursday morning into a small, fenced wooded area.

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