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Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment
Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment (Photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard)
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Final report on 2012 New Jersey freight train derailment released

The National Transportation Safety Board has released its final report on systemic flaws leading up to a 2012 train derailment that leaked a dangerous gas in southern New Jersey.

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Derailed train at Mantua Creek in Paulsboro
Derailed train at Mantua Creek in Paulsboro (Photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard)
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Judge denies class action status in leak case

A federal judge has denied class-action status to those suing a rail company and others over a 2012 train derailment that leaked a hazardous gas into the air in New Jersey.

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Derailed train at Mantua Creek in Paulsboro
Derailed train at Mantua Creek in Paulsboro (US Coast Guard)
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U.S. Senator pushes rail safety plan

Almost two years after a Conrail train carrying hazardous material derailed in Paulsboro, sending dangerous vinyl chloride gas into the air and forcing part of the community to be evacuated for days, New Jersey's Senior U.S. Senator has unveiled a five-point plan to improve rail safety.

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Derailed train in Paulsboro
Derailed train in Paulsboro (US Coast Guard)
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NTSB finds fault in Paulsboro derailment, response

Systemic errors led to a 2012 train derailment in New Jersey that released a dangerous gas into the air, sickening residents and emergency responders, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday in a scathing report.

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Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment
Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment (Photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard)
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Report: Health Issues After Paulsboro Train Accident

A New Jersey Health Department survey finds the majority of residents in a town where a train derailed and released a noxious gas reported new or worsening health problems within weeks.

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Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment
Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment (Photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard)
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Paulsboro Bridge Where Train Derailed to Be Replaced

A bridge that was the site of a 2012 train derailment is set for replacement.

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Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment
Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment (Photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard)
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Conrail Responds to Paulsboro Lawsuit

The railroad company whose train derailed in southern New Jersey last year has filed a motion to dismiss some claims of local residents and business owners who say in a lawsuit that a cloud of a toxic gas spilled during the accident was so thick "you couldn't see the person next to you."

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Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment
Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment (Photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard)
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Businesses File Suit Over Paulsboro Train Derailment

Businesses are the latest to sue over a freight train derailment in Paulsboro.

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Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment
Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment (Photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard)
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New Suit Filed In Paulsboro Train Derailment

Fifteen first responders filed a lawsuit Wednesday claiming Conrail knew about, but did not disclose, the dangers of a chemical released after a train derailment last year.

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Derailed train in Paulsboro
Derailed train in Paulsboro (US Coast Guard)
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NJPIRG Calls For Stronger Measures to Prevent Chemical Accidents

In response to recent chemical accidents in New Jersey, Texas, and Louisiana, the New Jersey Public Research Group is calling on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to protect residents.

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