Things seem to have gotten back to normal in New Brighton, Pennsylvania, where a train jumped the rails on Friday and then burned for three days. The train was made up of 86 tanker cars, and nine of them leaked ethanol, which then burned. About 50 people who live near the accident site were evacuated, but no one was injured. The unburned ethanol was pumped from the leaning tankers and the tracks should have been cleared for other traffic as of yesterday, according to the AP.
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