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Environmental, safety risks dominate public testimony on oil train shipments


October 29, 2014 | Inlander| Hundreds of concerned citizens waved their hands and protest signs in silent support as dozens of people offered public testimony Tuesday night against the increased crude oil traffic passing through Spokane. As part of an ongoing study of safety risks, the state Department of Ecology hosted the public hearing for local feedback on oil by rail.

Dale Jensen with Ecology’s Spills Program emphasized the importance of the public feedback and thanked the group for attending.

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