Last tanker cars to be removed from site of derailment in Saskatchewan

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LANIGAN, SASK.—Canadian Pacific Railway claims it expects the past of its weakened automobiles will be eliminated by the finish of the 7 days from the web site of a fiery derailment in Saskatchewan.

It also says in an email that staff have commenced scraping contaminated soil from the area, which is to be hauled away in the coming times.

The freight practice derailed Dec. 9 close to Guernsey, about 115 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon, creating 33 oil tank automobiles and a person hopper vehicle to depart the tracks.

The Transportation Safety Board has said about 19 cars had been breached and emptied of their masses, releasing 1.5 million litres of oil.

The spill sparked a large fireplace, which burned for about 24 hours.

CP Rail claims it will implement a soil remediation prepare primarily based on the exams being done by its environmental specialists in consultation with the province.

It suggests the period of the do the job will partially depend on the weather.

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