Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Crude-Oil-Train-Derailment-in-Wisconsin-27MZIFJ674O14.htmlConceptually similarCrude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEX4Completed★★★★Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEX6Completed★★★★Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEX5Completed★★★★Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEWYCompleted★★★★Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEX0Completed★★★★Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEWZCompleted★★★★Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEX2Completed★★★★Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEWXCompleted★★★★Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinGP0STPEWWCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPEX3Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinWorkers use heavy equipment to repair tracks and lift tanker cars a day after a crude oil train derailment in Watertown. Some 13 cars of a 110-car Canadian Pacific train derailed. One car was punctured and leaked hundreds of gallons of Bakken crude oil forcing the evacuation of about 35 nearby homes, according to the Canadian Pacific. The issue of very long trains filled with explosive crude oil has emerged as a safety concern for residents who live in bigger cities.Locations:North America-United States of America-Watertown (Wisconsin)-WisconsinDate:9 Nov, 2015Credit:© Allen Fredrickson / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5000px X 3333pxKeywords:Accidents-Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Manual workers-Men-Oil (Industry)-Oil spills-Outdoors-Railways-Trains-Two peopleShoot:Crude Oil Train Derailment in WisconsinAerial documentation of a Canadian Pacific train derailment which forced the evacuation of about 35 homes and spilled less than 1,000 gallons of crude oil, according to the Canadian Pacific. Thirteen of 110-cars on the train derailed with one car punctured and leaking oil. The issue of trains filled with crude oil and the potential for explosions has emerged as a concern for residents who live in bigger cities.