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Quebec train disaster spurs wrongful death lawsuit

Suit seeks to hold railway, fuel companies liable for one of the accident’s 47 deaths

A train crash that took place earlier this month in Canada has spurred a wrongful death lawsuit.

On July 6, an unattended parked train packed with 72 tankers of crude oil rolled downhill into a Quebec town. More than 20 cars derailed, and the tankers crashed and exploded. The accident killed 47 people.

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