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Trains and Oil / Canada Explosion #1047761

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jul 13, 2013
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(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.

(Studio: Don Dahler) The use of trains to transport crude oil supplies examined in light of the explosion in Lac-Magantic in Quebec, Canada; images of the fire shown; details given about other recent train accidents involving oil tankers. [Resident Helen Hopkins GREFFARD††- wonders about the train crew.] The option of the Keystone XL pipeline to carry crude to the Gulf coast noted; scenes shown from Montana. [Valley County commissioner Bruce PETERSEN††- says the system is not perfect.] [Montana farmer Dale TARUM††- worries about derailments with oil cars.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Dahler, Don

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