CN oil train derailment the result of ice build-up on tracks
(Source: TB News Watch, July 29, 2020)
EMO, Ontario — A buildup of ice on the tracks is said to have caused the Canadian National Railway train derailment outside of Emo, Ont. early last year. A report by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada has been released and following an investigation the TSB determined the cause of the derailment to be a phenomenon known as ice jacking.
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Thursday, July 30, 2020
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