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Locomotive defects never relayed to rail traffic controller, Lac-Megantic trial hears

(Source: CBC News, November 16, 2017)

MONTREAL — The former Montreal, Maine and Atlantic (MMA) rail traffic controller who gave locomotive engineer Tom Harding the green light to leave Farnham, Que., on the last trip of the 10,000-tonne fuel train on July 5, 2013 testified that he was not aware the lead locomotive was defective.

Full story: www.cbc.ca

Friday, November 17, 2017

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