Casselton Local Business
Thursday May 7 | via MySanAntonio.com
A shipment of oil involved in an explosive train derailment in North Dakota had been treated to reduce its volatility - a move that state officials suggested could have reduced the severity of the accident but won't prevent others from occurring. Hess Corp. spokesman John Roper said the oil complied with a state order requiring propane, butane and other volatile gases to be stripped out of crude before it's transported. Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via ABC News
A 109-car Burlington Northern Santa Fe oil tanker train derailed and caught fire near a small town in North Dakota, May 6, 2015. About 40 residents of Heimdal, North Dakota, were forced to leave their homes around 7:30 a.m. today after the Burlington Northern Santa Fe tanker car derailed and caught fire. Comment?
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