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Leaking railroad car tangles commute

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / April 15, 2004

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A railroad tanker car that started leaking hydrochloric acid just yards from the Orange Line's Sullivan Station in Charlestown yesterday morning turned the evening commute chaotic for thousands of rail and subway riders, who were forced to take detours home to avoid the cleanup of the hazardous material. (Full Article: 775 Words)

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