A firefighter walks past what is left of a seniors home in L'Isle Verte, Quebec. At least five people died and 30 are still missing after a fire there. The water used to fight the flames has frozen into ice that is a foot thick in places. Mathieu Belanger/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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A firefighter walks past the Residence du Havre after the fire in L'Isle Verte, Quebec. At least three people died in the blaze at the seniors' home. Early reports were that another 30 people were missing. Mathieu Belanger /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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A view from above of the wreckage after Asiana Flight 214 crashed at San Francisco International Airport on July 6, 2013. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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Charleston Mayor: Company Behind Chemical Leak Run By 'Renegades'

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On Saturday in South Charleston, W.Va., Cathy Mabe was one of many who came to get water from a temporary filling station. Lisa Hechesky /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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On 'Morning Edition': Ashton Marra reports from West Virginia

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In Charleston, W.Va., the shelves of this Kroger supermarket had been nearly stripped of bottled water on Thursday. Residents rushed to buy water after a chemical spill led officials to warn that they not use what's coming out of their taps. Tyler Evert/AP hide caption

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Scene of the disaster: On July 6, smoke rose from the tank cars that derailed in Lac Megantic, Quebec. The explosions and fires killed 47 people. Paul Chiasson/AP hide caption

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The wreckage of Asiana Airlines flight 214 on the runway at San Francisco International Airport last July. National Transportation Safety Board/Getty Images hide caption

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