Quebec-Crash CEO Gets Threats, Keeps Crew on Trains

July 9 (Bloomberg) -- Edward Burkhardt, the chairman of the railroad whose deadly derailment gutted a Canadian town, talks about threats he has received after the accident that killed at least 13 people and planned operational changes at the railroad. Burkhardt, whose Rail World Inc. owns Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway Ltd., speaks with Bloomberg's Marley DelDuchetto Kayden in Rosemont, Illinois, before heading to the crash site in eastern Quebec. (Excerpts. Source: Bloomberg)
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