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Canadian Pacific Train Derailments Since March (PHOTOS)

06/27/2013 04:43 EDT | Updated 08/27/2013 05:12 EDT
CALGARY - A look at some of the derailments involving Canadian Pacific Railway (TSX:CP) trains this spring:

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Canadian Pacific Derailments Since Spring

March 27: About 114,000 litres of oil spilled near Parkers Prairie, Minn., when 14 cars derailed.

April 3: A derailment of 22 cars west of White River, Ont., caused the spill of 110,000 litres of light crude oil and 22,500 litres of canola oil. A broken train wheel and broken track were recovered from the scene.

April 28: Seventeen cars carrying potash derailed near Provost, Alta.

May 21: A freight train jumped the tracks near Jansen, Sask., and spilled 91,000 litres of oil.

June 2: A car derailed near Wanup, Ont., struck a rail trestle and collapsed bridge into a stream.

June 27: A bridge over Bow River in Calgary failed after a serious flood in the city leaving six cars teetering over the water.