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Source: Alison Squires, Wadena News

A Canadian National Railway Co. train carrying hazardous materials derailed near Wadena, Saskatchewan this morning, bursting into possibly toxic flames, reports CBC News.

A spokesperson for Canadian National says 26 of the 100 cars the train was hauling derailed. Six of them contained hazardous materials. Four cars contained either hydrochloric acid or caustic soda, and the other two had petroleum distillates, Canadian National told CBC.

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