Quebec Considering More Rail Car Inspections After Fatal Crash
The Quebec government will review increasing rail car inspections and could move tracks from downtown Lac-Megantic, according to Sylvain Gaudreault, the province’s transportation minister.
A runaway train carrying crude oil derailed and exploded in the small town on July 6, killing 24 people with 26 still missing.
Gaudreault spoke at a press conference in Lac-Megantic.
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