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Resource ID: #643
Subject: 213
Source: 1574Russell Gold; Sarah Feinberg; Grant Robertson
Affiliation: The Wall Street Journal; The Globe and Mail
Date: 2015

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Every day, several mile-long trains filled with thousands of barrels of crude oil depart North Dakota heading for coastal refineries. These trains are passing through countless large and small cities. And with alarming frequency, these trains are derailing and blowing up with frightening ferocity. This panel will cover what you need to know to report on these so-called “bomb trains.” When did this start? What is in them? What is the government doing about it? You’ll learn how to tell where the trains are and how frequently they’re passing.

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