A Commonplace Tragedy

Nearly as many Canadians were killed while trespassing on railway property last year as the number who perished in the Lac-Mégantic disaster, data show. Railway officials and regulators counted 44 deaths of trespassers on tracks nationwide, with another 90 fatalities in collisions at level crossings: “These tragedies can be prevented”.

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