Five tanker cars leaked ethanol into the Mississippi River after a train overturned Nov. 7 outside of Alma, Wis. The train spilled 20,000 gallons into the river, but the train didn’t have a sufficient number of cars carrying flammable liquids to meet lower federal speed requirements.
Five tanker cars leaked ethanol into the Mississippi River after a train overturned Nov. 7 outside of Alma, Wis. The train spilled 20,000 gallons into the river, but the train didn’t have a sufficient number of cars carrying flammable liquids to meet lower federal speed requirements. The Associated Press
Five tanker cars leaked ethanol into the Mississippi River after a train overturned Nov. 7 outside of Alma, Wis. The train spilled 20,000 gallons into the river, but the train didn’t have a sufficient number of cars carrying flammable liquids to meet lower federal speed requirements. The Associated Press

Speed rules didn’t apply to train in ethanol spill

November 17, 2015 01:21 PM