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Transportation Safety Board says fatigue, lack of communication behind 2019 Manitoba derailment - Winnipeg

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Two locomotives and eight freight cars went off the tracks in January 2019, east of Portage la Prairie, Man. A train conductor on one of the trains suffered minor injuries. A diesel fuel leak was detected at the time but it was contained. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is expected to issue two recommendations today.
3 months ago·Portagela Prairie, Canada

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