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    • A firefighter and an emergency crew work on the site of the train wreck in Lac Megantic, Quebec, July 16, 2013.
    • Melted glass on a lamb post is pictured on the site of the train wreck in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, July 16, 2013.
    • A man sits with a sign outside the school sheltering evacuees in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, Canada, July 10, 2013.
    • Insurance inspectors walk the rail line heading toward the center of the town in Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada, July 10, 2013.
    • A house close to the train wreckage is pictured in Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada, July 9, 2013.
    • Wagons of the train wreck are seen in Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada, July 9, 2013.
    • Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with firefighters while he tours the wreckage of the train explosion in Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada, July 7, 2013.
    • A volunteer gives clothes to a woman who was evacuated from her home after the train explosion in Lac Megantic, Quebec, July 7, 2013.
    • A view Lac Megantic, Quebec, after a driverless freight train derailed and exploded, July 7, 2013.
    • A burnt out vehicle sits near the wreckage of a train car after a train derailment in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, July 7, 2013.
    • Smoke billows from fire at the site of a train derailment in Lac Megantic, Quebec, July 6, 2013.
    • Melted siding on a home is seen near the scene of a train derailment in Lac Megantic, Quebec, July 7, 2013. 

    Oil Train Explodes in Canada

    Published July 16, 2013


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