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Quebec police boost list of disaster missing and dead to 60

With 60 dead or gone missing, 15 confirmed fatalities from Saturday’s derailed train accident in Quebec are yet to be identified

Reuters , Wednesday 10 Jul 2013
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Canadian police said on Wednesday that the number of dead and missing after a crude oil freight train disaster in the small Quebec town of Lac-Megantic had risen to 60 from 50.

The driverless train derailed and blew up in the middle of Lac-Megantic in Quebec early on Saturday morning. None of the 15 confirmed fatalities has yet been identified.

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