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Lumber train derails on northern Vancouver Island injuring two
21 April 2017, 03:24 | Terri Saunders
Two seriously injured in Vancouver Island train derailment
WOSS, B.C. -Port McNeill RCMP confirmed two are dead after runaway rail cars loaded with logs crashed into a work crew in the tiny community of Woss on northern Vancouver Island.
RCMP Island District General Investigation Section is investigating along with the Coroners Service, the Transportation Safety Board and WorkSafeBC.
In a press release, Western Forest Products said: "We are saddened to report an incident with a train derailment in Woss, BC this morning". "The safety and security of our staff and community is very important to us".
That would imply there was a death in the incident.
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