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Trains carrying Bakken oil coming into N.J. by the dozens every week

(Source: The Record, August 11, 2014)

BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. — Up to 30 trains, each carrying more than a million gallons of highly explosive crude oil in aging tanker cars, are transported into North Jersey neighborhoods from New York every week, according to documents obtained by The Record.

Full story: www.northjersey.com

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

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