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Derailment of Canadian Pacific Railway Freight Train 292-16 & Subsequent Release of Anhydrous Ammonia Near Minot, North Dakota, Jan. 18, 2002
Barry Leonard (ed). At approx. 1:37 a.m. on Jan. 18, 2002, Canadian Pacific Railway freight train 292-16 derailed 31 of its 112 cars about 1/2 mile west of the city limits of Minot, North Dakota. Five tank cars carrying anhydrous ammonia catastrophically ruptured, & a vapor plume covered the derailment site & surrounding area. One resident was fatally injured, 11 people sustained serious injuries, & 322 people, including the 2 train crew members, sustained minor injuries. Damages exceeded $2 million, & more than $8 million has been spent for environmental remediation. This report analyzes the major safety issues identified in this accident & makes safety recommendations to the Federal Railroad Admin. & the Canadian Pacific Railway. Black & white illustrations.
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