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High winds blow UP train off tracks in eastern New Mexico

(Source: Miami Herald, March 13, 2019)

Wild weather has battered communities across the United States this week, and New Mexico is no exception. State police shared pictures on Wednesday that revealed one jaw-dropping impact of intense winds lashing the state: The gusts contributed to a train derailment near Logan, which left 26 cars in a pile of wreckage at the bottom of a deep ravine, photos show. It happened near Logan, about 184 miles (296 kilometers) east of Albuquerque.

Full story: Miami Herald

Thursday, March 14, 2019

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