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In pictures: A closer look at the Gainford, Alta., derailment site

A day and a half after a CN train derailed west of Edmonton, crews are awaiting the burn out of two tank cars filled with propane. Residents' evacuation could continue for at least another 72 hours.

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Investigators survey the site of a train derailment near the hamlet of Gainford, west of Edmonton October 20, 2013. The Canadian National Railway train carrying petroleum crude oil and liquefied petroleum gas derailed west of Edmonton, Alberta, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada said on October 19.

DAN RIEDLHUBER/REUTERS

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The site of a train derailment near the hamlet of Gainford, west of Edmonton, is seen in an aerial photo October 20, 2013. The Canadian National Railway train carrying petroleum crude oil and liquefied petroleum gas derailed west of Edmonton, Alberta, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada said on October 19.

DAN RIEDLHUBER/REUTERS

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