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S.C. Crash Stirs Rail Safety Concerns

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S.C. Crash Stirs Rail Safety Concerns

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The recent train accident in South Carolina, in which leaking chlorine gas killed nine people, focuses fresh attention on rail security. Freight trains carry millions of tons of toxic chemicals through U.S. cities each day. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.

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