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First responders, fire departments in U.S. often unprepared for hazardous train derailments

December 28, 2015 | PJ Star | Ohio officials say they have no specific plans to handle derailments of trains carrying Bakken crude oil. First responders in small, remote towns sometimes aren’t equipped to handle toxic spills and explosions. And big city fire departments aren’t always trained to handle the most dangerous chemicals.

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