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Paulsboro Train Derailment

Response crews pump an acetone and vinyl chloride mixture into rail cars in Paulsboro
Response crews pump an acetone and vinyl chloride mixture into rail cars in Paulsboro (US Coast Guard)
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6 State Troopers Sue Over Gas From Train Derailment

Six New Jersey state troopers are the latest to sue over a chemical released last year when a train derailed.

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A 150-ton crane from Weeks Marine, Inc., is positioned by response crews at the site of the Paulsboro train derailment
A 150-ton crane from Weeks Marine, Inc., is positioned by response crews at the site of the Paulsboro train derailment (US Coast Guard)
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Lawsuit Filed in Toxic Paulsboro Train Derailment

More than 100 people, including first responders, children and property owners have filed a lawsuit for injuries and damages following the tanker train derailment in Paulsboro, New Jersey November 30, 2012.

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Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment
Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment (US Coast Guard)
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NJ’s Toxic Train Derailment Settlement Has Limits

A railroad is offering parents in southern New Jersey a settlement stemming from a toxic train derailment in Paulsboro. The settlement would make it difficult for their children to sue if they get sick in the future.

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Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment
Aerial shot of Paulsboro train derailment (US Coast Guard)
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Paulsboro Derailment Settlement Would Limit Child Lawsuits

A railroad is offering parents in Paulsboro a settlement stemming from a derailment that would prevent their children from suing if they get sick in the future.

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Derailed train in Paulsboro
Derailed train in Paulsboro (US Coast Guard)
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Paulsboro Bridge Damaged In Derailment Will Be Replaced

A movable bridge in Paulsboro where a train derailed last year will be replaced.

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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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Paulsboro Bridge Where Train Derailed Reopens

A movable bridge in Paulsboro where a train derailed last month has reopened to freight trains.

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cCews rig a rail car in preparation for it to be lifted with a 150-ton crane from the Mantua Creek
cCews rig a rail car in preparation for it to be lifted with a 150-ton crane from the Mantua Creek (US Coast Guard)
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Report: Paulsboro Train Moving Slowly When It Derailed

The National Transportation Safety Board's preliminary report on a Paulsboro train derailment that released 180,000 pounds of a hazardous material doesn't say what caused the accident.

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Paulsboro train derailment
Paulsboro train derailment (Facebook)
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Final Rail Car Removed From Paulsboro Derailment Site

The final rail car has been removed from the Paulsboro train derailment site.

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crews use a 150-ton crane to lift a rail car from the water before securing it to a barge on the Mantua Creek in Paulsboro
Crews use a 150-ton crane to lift a rail car from the water before securing it to a barge on the Mantua Creek in Paulsboro. (US Coast Guard)
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Bridge Damaged In Paulsboro Derailment To Be Fixed Soon

Officials are working to get a bridge back in service that collapsed during a freight train derailment two weeks ago in Paulsboro.

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Response crews successfully removed a breached rail car from Paulsboro derailment site
Response crews successfully removed a breached rail car from Paulsboro derailment site (US Coast Guard)
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Residents File Suit Over Paulsboro Train Derailment

Fifty-four people are suing Conrail and its parent company CSX over a freight train derailment that released a hazardous chemical in Paulsboro.

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