Wednesday April 23, 2014




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Residents returning after New Brunswick derailment: CN

CN says it has extinguished fires and started track repairs after a freight train derailed Tuesday in New Brunswick. A spokesman said evacuees were returning home Saturday to the community of Wapske.

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