Train Derailment Forces Sewer System Shutdown

Hundreds of displaced residents encouraged to ration sewer and water after damaged wastewater infrastructure is taken offline.

More than 400 residents were without wastewater services after an oil train derailed and caught fire June 3 in the Columbia River Gorge town of Mosier, Oregon.

According to The Oregonian, the Mosier wastewater treatment plant was damaged when roughly 10,000 gallons of crude...

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