- Another train carrying fuel and chemicals has derailed in the latest in a series of similar accidents.
- This time, a Canadian National Railway (CNI) train ran off the track in Southern Mississippi on Friday.
- The train was transporting fuel oil, liquid fertilizer and methanol, and while some of the cargo leaked, there were no explosions.
- The incidents have raised doubts about the safety of moving combustible goods by train. The accident in Mississippi came on the day that the State Department released a report that was favorable to TransCanada's (TRP) Keystone XL pipeline.
Train carrying fuel runs off tracks in Mississippi
Feb 2 2014, 01:42 ET