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Railway boss says sabotage not suspected in Quebec inferno

The head of the company whose oil-tanker train exploded and devastated a small Quebec town faced ire from residents as he offered his apologies. Sixty people are either dead or missing after a runaway train smashed into the center of the historic lakeside town and exploded early on Saturday morning. Montreal Maine and Atlantic Railways Chairman Ed Burkhardt says he is sorry. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MONTREAL, MAINE & ATLANTIC CHAIRMAN ED BURKHARDT SAYING: "I understand the extreme anger. And, beyond that we will do what we canto address the issues here. We can't roll back time." He says, he does not suspect sabotage and that the calamity may well have resulted from crucial hand brake not being set properly. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MONTREAL, MAINE & ATLANTIC CHAIRMAN ED BURKHARDT SAYING: "We think he applied some handbrakes., but the question is did he apply enough of them. He told us he applied 11 handbrakes. And our general feeling is now, that tha

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