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National Transporation and Safety Board (NTSB) member Robert Sumwalt , right, views damaged rail cars at the scene of the BNSF train accident in Casselton, North Dakota Wednesday in this handout provided by NTSB. The 106-car BNSF Railway Co oil train struck a derailed grain train on Monday afternoon about a mile west of Casselton, a town of 2,300 people. REUTERS/NTSB/Handout via Reuters

Railcars in North Dakota crude train crash older, less safe-investigators

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FARGO - The railcars carrying crude oil that crashed into a derailed grain train in NorthDakota on Monday were all older types that do not meet the latest industry safety standards, a member of the Nati

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