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Boulders placed on BNSF train tracks on Oregon

(Source: KTVZ television station, July 11, 2011)

MADRAS, Ore. — Vandals in Oregon pushed several 200- to 300-pound boulders on BNSF Railway tracks in an attempt to derail trains. The vandalism has taken place twice in recent weeks, and a BNSF locomotive sustained damage the first it happened. Police and railroad officials are turning to the general public for help in an attempt to catch the vandals.

Full story: www.ktvz.com

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

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