Canada town marks year since fuel train crash

A year after crash killed 47 and destroyed large parts of the town, Lac Magantic struggles to recover.

    A year has passed since a fuel train derailment in the Canadian town of Lac Megantic set off a huge explosion that killed 47 people and destroyed hundreds of homes.

    Church services, concerts, and vigils are being held to remember those who lost their lives, but the town is struggling to recover.

    Al Jazeera's Sheila McVicar reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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