Wrecked crude cars 'may have been outdated'

Canada train wreck: Two cars may have been of type prone to problems

Some of the crude-oil tanker cars on the Canadian National Railway train that derailed and caught fire in New Brunswick on Tuesday appear to be of an older type that regulators have warned is vulnerable to leaks and explosions, according to a report.

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