Lac-Mégantic : News Photo

Lac-Mégantic

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Lucas Oleniuk / Contributor
Lac-Mégantic - NOVEMBER 15: Downtown Lac-Mégantic now resembles a giant contraction zone as town planners rebuild following this summer's tragic train derailment and oil spill. (Lucas Oleniuk/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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Lac-Mégantic - NOVEMBER 15: Downtown Lac-Mégantic now resembles a giant contraction zone as town planners rebuild following this summer's tragic train derailment and oil spill. (Lucas Oleniuk/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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Date created:
November 06, 2013
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451061643
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