9/12/2013

The crude-carrying rail tanker involved in the deadly accident in Quebec in July had inappropriate labels that indicated "lower hazard, less volatile flammable liquid," according to a report from the Canadian Transportation Safety Board. Separately, Canada's main opposition party raised concerns with DOT-111 tankers, calling for the tanks to be "retired or upgraded immediately," according to a party spokeswoman.

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