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Predictions Say Oil, Ethanol Trains Will Crash 10x A Year For Decades

A new analysis predicts oil, ethanol trains in US will derail 10 times a year over the next two decades, causing more than $4 billion in damage and possibly killing hundreds of people. There are moves to prevent this.


A train carrying ethanol crashed three weeks ago and spilled 55,000 gallons into the Mississippi river. The long-term effects are unknown.


Unknown Amount Of Biofuel Spills Into Mississippi River

A train crash in Iowa result in a fire and spills an unknown amount of ethanol into the Mississippi River near Dubuque.


Let this video be a lesson that no matter how small – or deserted – train tracks appear to be, you should never stop on them. The video was shot this week at Hermann Park in Houston, TX as families rode around the sprawling park in a scaled-down train. For some reason (we suspect waiting for a parking spot), the driver of this Honda Accord stopped on the tracks, and the train did not have enough time to stop as it rounded the corner and found its path blocked by the ill-positioned ca


No one hurt in accident caught on film by train buff

James Wood was recording a video of a passing Union Pacific because his four-year-old son has a fascination with trains. He wound up with dramatic footage of a puzzling accident at a Utah railroad crossing.


At least 40 passengers, including two Americans, were killed in a terrible crash of a Chinese bullet train on July 23. The "official" cause of the devastating crash was ruled a lightning strike, though reactions from authorities have raised doubts.

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