Services :: Transportation
CSX Train Derails in New York
12:25 PM MDT | July 26, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
A CSX train carrying propane and toluene derailed at Oneida, NY on March 12, causing an explosion and prompting the evacuation of residents within a one-mile radius of the incident. No injuries were reported. CSX says the 79-car train was enroute from Buffalo to Selkirk, NY. Forty of the trains cars were carrying propane, and two other cars were carrying “hazardous materials that are not classified as toxic inhalation hazards,” CSX...
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