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Are CP’s hands really tied on dangerous tank cars? Add to ...

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Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. boss Hunter Harrison thinks it’s long past time to immediately sidetrack outdated tank cars, because they pose too great a risk of rupturing in rail accidents and blowing up.

Everybody accepts that the older, unpressurized cars are more dangerous, investors’ favourite railroader told a Calgary business audience.

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