Conrail Train Derails and 1 Stock to Eye

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A Conrail freight train derailed in southern New Jersey and spilt hazardous chemicals on the accident site, the derailment apparently caused by a collapsed rail bridge over a creek. Conrail is owned by railroad operators CSX Corp (NYSE:CSX) and Norfolk Southern (NYSE:NSC).

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