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June 18, 2014 12:12 PM

Advocacy group: Thousands in Sacramento face the risk of crude oil train spills

More than 135,000 Sacramentans live within a half-mile of rail tracks and could find themselves in harm’s way should a crude oil train derailment cause a spill, according to a report Wednesday by the Natural Resources Defense Council in California.

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