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US issues railroad safety order after deadly crash

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WASHINGTON (AP) — In the wake of a deadly train accident in Canada, the U.S. Federal Railroad Administration has issued a series of measures to be undertaken by all railroads to help prevent trains operating on mainline tracks or sidings from moving unintentionally. The half-dozen measures in the emergency order take particular aim at trains that move hazardous materials such as crude oil and...

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