Early assessments are in for the recent derailment of a train owned by Canadian Pacific Railway, showing that the incident has led to a spill of about 1.5 million liters of crude oil.
The Transportation Safety Board (TSB), which conducted the investigation into the spill, noted that it was much bigger than the 2016 Husky Energy spill – in which 225,000 liters of diluted heavy oil spilled from a Husky pipeline near Maidstone.
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