World's deadliest rail accidents

Posted: 12:34 PM EDT Jul 25, 2013   Updated: 11:23 AM EST Feb 17, 2015

A train hauling crude oil derailed and exploded in West Virginia Monday, displacing up to 1,000 residents and contaminating the local water supply. Nobody died in that derailment, but take a look at the world's deadliest rail accidents.

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A train hauling crude oil derailed and exploded in West Virginia, displacing up to 1,000 residents and contaminating the local water supply. One person was injured. Nobody was killed.

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