Spill from latest Sask. oil train derailment larger than thought
(Source: CBC News, February 20, 2020)
GUERNSEY, Sask. — The Saskatchewan government says more oil spilled than previously thought during a train derailment earlier this month near the small hamlet of Guernsey. Citing new information from CP Rail, the government says roughly 1.6 million liters of diluted bitumen were spilled after a train jumped the tracks on Feb. 6, up from an initial estimate of 1.2 million liters.
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Friday, February 21, 2020
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