Retrofit rail tanker, agency urges
Car too leak-prone in accidents, U.S. safety board says
Posted: July 14, 2013 at 3:15 a.m.
Warnings from U.S. and Canadian regulators that the most widely used type of rail tanker is prone to rupturing during derailments have taken on renewed importance after a runaway train that included those type of tankers filled with crude oil crashed July 6 in a small Canadian town, killing dozens and destroying 30 buildings.
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Business, Pages 61 on 07/14/2013