The wreckage of an oil train derailment in Mount Carbon, W.Va., still smolders 48 hours after it crashed on Feb. 16, 2015. The derailment resulted from a broken rail that started with a crack that should have been detected, federal investigators said.
The wreckage of an oil train derailment in Mount Carbon, W.Va., still smolders 48 hours after it crashed on Feb. 16, 2015. The derailment resulted from a broken rail that started with a crack that should have been detected, federal investigators said. Curtis Tate McClatchy
The wreckage of an oil train derailment in Mount Carbon, W.Va., still smolders 48 hours after it crashed on Feb. 16, 2015. The derailment resulted from a broken rail that started with a crack that should have been detected, federal investigators said. Curtis Tate McClatchy

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