Cleanup Efforts Continue After Deadly S.C. Train Crash Five days after a Norfolk Southern freight train slammed into another train parked on a side track in Graniteville, S.C. The resulting leak of chlorine gas from a rail tanker has killed nine people and injured more than 350. NPR's Melissa Block talks to Matthew Wald of the New York Times.

Cleanup Efforts Continue After Deadly S.C. Train Crash

Cleanup Efforts Continue After Deadly S.C. Train Crash

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Five days after a Norfolk Southern freight train slammed into another train parked on a side track in Graniteville, S.C. The resulting leak of chlorine gas from a rail tanker has killed nine people and injured more than 350. NPR's Melissa Block talks to Matthew Wald of the New York Times.