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April 26, 2000 | Associated Press
A toxic chemical fire on a railroad car forced evacuations Tuesday in this central Kentucky city and disrupted traffic on a main rail line. Authorities moved the car, with the chemical still burning inside, to a remote site south of the city. No injuries were reported.
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April 26, 2000 | Associated Press
A toxic chemical fire on a railroad car forced evacuations Tuesday in this central Kentucky city and disrupted traffic on a main rail line. Authorities moved the car, with the chemical still burning inside, to a remote site south of the city. No injuries were reported.
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June 23, 1988 | Associated Press
A 32-car train derailed and a car filled with phosphorus burst into flames Wednesday night, forcing about 2,500 residents of three small towns to evacuate their homes, officials said. No injuries were reported, said Don Armstrong, spokesman for the state Disaster and Emergency Services in Frankfort. He said a phosphorus fire cannot be quenched with water and must burn itself out.
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June 23, 1988 | Associated Press
A 32-car train derailed and a car filled with phosphorus burst into flames Wednesday night, forcing about 2,500 residents of three small towns to evacuate their homes, officials said. No injuries were reported, said Don Armstrong, spokesman for the state Disaster and Emergency Services in Frankfort. He said a phosphorus fire cannot be quenched with water and must burn itself out.
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