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The Washington Post this morning mentioned that Trump wants to LIFT the ban on transporting liquefied natural gas on trains. State and local politicians, firefighters' organizations, safety experts, environmentalists and the National Transportation Safety Board are critical of the proposed change.
If you are wondering "what could possibly go wrong"?, look to the north.
In July of 2013, an unattended train carrying Bakken Formation crude oil derailed, caught fire and exploded. Forty-two people were confirmed dead, with five more missing and presumed dead. More than 30 buildings in the town's center, roughly half of the downtown area, were destroyed, and all but three of the thirty-nine remaining downtown buildings had to be demolished due to petroleum contamination of the townsite.