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Judge rules against Canadian Pacific over crude rail settlement dispute

July14, 2015 | Aberdeen Journal| A challenge by Canadian Pacific Railway over settlements for victims of a crude-buy-rail oil disaster has been rejected by a judge.

The company has been subject to a class action lawsuit following the incident in which 47 people were killed and the main downtown region of a town were destroyed following the derailment of a train.

A number of parties, including General Electric, Shell and ConocoPhillips had agreed to a $338.28million compensation fund for victims of the incident on July 6, 2013.

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