10 July, 2013

CNN Breaking News

The number of people reported missing after the deadly train derailment in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, has risen to 45, Quebec provincial police Capt. Michel Forget said today. He cautioned that the number fluctuates often and he urged people who filed missing-person reports to update authorities if they find the person they reported.

The runaway train plowed into the town over the weekend. Seventy-two tanker cars full of crude oil exploded, unleashing an inferno that killed at least 15 people. Some people likely were vaporized by the intense blaze, officials have said.

The cause of the disaster is under investigation and the center of the town is now a crime scene.

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