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IDF drone video released Sunday afternoon shows what it says is the worst recent impact of a pipeline explosion in North America, an incident in December that killed one and left 317 homes, commercial buildings, and a train full of oil cargoes destroyed.
Related: Canadian patriots have rallied to help nearby communities hit by pipeline explosion
The explosion destroyed or damaged IC Alberta Pipeline's SkyTrain oil tankers and injured more than 100 people. IC Alberta also left a train that derailed full of oil.
Those casualties came as the accident occurred on country roads, miles away from the city of Calgary, and were created from derailments and runaway cars. One injury was one person even slightly injured. IC Alberta says the pipeline company took virtually no notice of the ongoing flashing lights in residential areas that indicated a bigger coming blast.
The company says its employees kept watch before the explosion.
IRIS DETAIL FROM VARIOUS PIPELINE-BUILDING ARRESTED CARCRUISING CARRIERS IN Canada:
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