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Canada Oil Train Derailment

Traces of the oil spill that occurred following the runaway train derailment Saturfday in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, is seen about 46 miles (70 kilometres) downstream under a pedestrian bridge in the Chaudiere River at Saint-Georges, Quebec, on Monday, July 8, 2013. When the train derailed tanker cars filled with oil exploded and destroyed about 30 buildings, including a public library and a popular bar that was filled with revelers. (AP Photo/ THE CANADIAN PRESS, Jacques Boissinot)

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