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Train derailment prompts evacuation of Iowa town

Train derailment prompts evacuation of Iowa town

A train derailed in northwest Iowa on Sunday, prompting authorities to evacuate part of a small, nearby town. The fiery derailment happened on the southwest edge of Sibley, a town of about 3,000 people roughly 200 miles (321.87 kilometers) northwest of Des Moines. There were no immediate reports of injuries. 47 railcars came off the tracks during the derailment. An investigation is ongoing.

Chris
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Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 0 months

I known it wasn't a train carrying fuel but I can't help but wonder of any pipelines ruptured since the last derailment. After all, trains ARE the left's preferred method of transporting fuel.

Shono
Shono 0 months

Why is no one asking why this keeps happening this year? In several countries? Also why is no one asking about all the hospital fires related to oxygen tanks? Also the ivermectin factory on fire... A lot of fires this year...

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