Quebec police are looking into whether Saturday’s train derailment and the massive explosions that followed in the small town of Lac-Megantic were caused by “foul play or criminal negligence,” CBC News reported Wednesday morning.
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Foul Play, Negligence Not Ruled Out In Quebec Train Disaster
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