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THOMPSON, Man. – A Transportation Safety Board investigator says beavers might have contributed to the prepare derailment in northern Manitoba that left one railway employee lifeless and one other injured.

The prepare went off the tracks on a washed-out trestle bridge in a swampy space south of Thompson on Saturday night.

Jerry Berriault, the board’s regional senior investigator, says the prepare was travelling round 40 km/h when it met with the washed-out piece of observe.


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The lead locomotive went off the observe bringing alongside two locomotives behind it and 4 rail automobiles.

First responders have stated the 2 staff had been trapped contained in the prepare for hours.

Berriault, who was on web site west of Ponton for 2 days investigating, says there was excessive water within the space and indicators of beaver exercise.

The prepare has additionally been leaking diesel gas into the Metishto River.

Manitoba Sustainable Development says the gas is from one of many locomotives. The province says spill restoration tools is getting used to scrub up the gas on the web site.

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