Where: People’s Park on Main St, near Jewett Pkwy. (next to railroad tracks and near the Tri-Main Building)People’s Park is on the right hand side of Main St when traveling eastbound towards UB’s south campus. It’s adjacent to the railroad tracks that course through Buffalo’s Parkside Community. Those tracks carry manifest trains that sometimes have 20+ DOT-111 tanker cars carrying explosive Bakken crude oil.buy valium online
Why: On July 6, 2013, an unattended bomb train rolled down a 7 mile long hill and derailed at 60 MPH in downtown Lac Megantic Quebec, killing 47 people, and two others, who committed suicide at a later date — one was a first responder who had pulled the body of his ex-girl friend from the ashes.tramadol online pharmacy
Explosive Bakken crude oil is carried daily through Buffalo NY by rail.buy adipex online without prescription
We will read the names of the victims of Lac Megantic, and remind people that it’s not a matter of if a similar accident will happen again, but when.ultram online no prescription
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The Lac-Mégantic rail disaster occurred in the town of Lac-Mégantic, located in the Eastern Townships of the Canadian province of Quebec, at approximately 01:15 EDT, on July 6, 2013, when an unattended 74-car freight train carrying Bakken Formation crude oil rolled down a 1.2% grade hill from Nantes and derailed downtown, resulting in the fire and explosion of multiple tank cars. Forty-two people were confirmed dead, with five more missing and presumed dead. More than 30 buildings in the town’s centre — roughly half of the downtown area — were destroyed, and all but three of the thirty-nine remaining downtown buildings are to be demolished due to petroleum contamination of the townsite. Initial newspaper reports described a 1-kilometre (0.6 mi) blast radius.ambien online pharmacy
The death toll of 47 due to the crash and resultant explosion makes it the fourth-deadliest rail accident in Canadian history, and the deadliest involving a non-passenger train. It is also the deadliest rail accident since Canada’s confederation in 1867.