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DAVID CRIGGER/BRISTOL HERALD COURIER Officials with CSX continue to clean-up on the banks of Russell Fork River after the March 23 derailment (pictured). Spokesperson Bob Sullivan says materials continue to be offloaded and transported while the cars will be disposed of by cutting them up. He says things will wrap-up in early June.
Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013 5:44 pm
Posted on Apr 16, 2013
HAYSI, Va. — A spokesperson for railroad transport company CSX says it will be early June before the final bit of clean-up from a late March derailment in Dickenson County will be completed.
CSX regional media representative Bob Sullivan said Tuesday the process of containing all of the propionic acid, a corrosive material used in a variety of products including preventing mold in bread and preservatives for wood chips, that was contained in one of the 18 cars that jumped the tracks should be completed within the week.
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Tuesday, April 16, 2013 5:44 pm.