• July 10, 2013
    By Jeff Inglis

    By Lance Tapley

    In the midst of public concern about rail shipments of crude oil after the recent Lac-Mégantic disaster, the Phoenix has learned that Pan Am Railways has not reported, as required by law, how much crude oil it shipped through Maine during April and May.

    When questioned about this lack, the state Department of Environmental Protection announced that it was launching an investigation into why the reports weren't filed.

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