Transportation

October 23, 2014 8:12 PM

New crude oil report concludes risks of train spills are real

Oil trains expected to crisscross California in the coming years pose significant risks to residents of urban areas, including Sacramento, a new report concludes, contradicting earlier studies that found no major safety concerns.

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