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Edward Burkhardt, chief executive officer of Rail World Inc., owner of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway Ltd., speaks to the media in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, Canada, on Wednesday, July 10, 2013. Burkhardt paid his first visit to Lac-Megantic, Quebec today, four days after an unmanned, 72-car oil train rolled from an overnight parking spot into the town, where it jumped the tracks, incinerated about 30 buildings and killed at least 15 people. Photographer: David Vilder/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Edward Burkhardt, chief executive officer of Rail World Inc., owner of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway Ltd., speaks to the media in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, Canada, on Wednesday, July 10, 2013. Burkhardt paid his first visit to Lac-Megantic, Quebec today, four days after an unmanned, 72-car oil train rolled from an overnight parking spot into the town, where it jumped the tracks, incinerated about 30 buildings and killed at least 15 people. Photographer: David Vilder/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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