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By hotfishmt on 11-26-12 @ 6:59 am
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There will always be a problem with most anything that is man made. The oil from the Bakken
shale/fracking is creating jobs & money all along the trail from the Bakken to refineries around
However, I sure do hope that BNSF has a SUPER RESPONSE team ready to hit the road….in a
split second. Given what I see/read about derailments are more common than pipe line breaks. I
have seen in Columbia Falls the long 103 black tankers cars headed West…and they are
impressive. I am for using oil produced here in the US, but one has to hope that BNSF is ready
for any derailment in a narrow, winter climate, river near bye corridor…A SUPER FAST
RESPONSE TEAM… a problem anywhere around Cut Bank to Spokane rail line would be not
Kellyn Brown
Kellyn Brown15h
Landslide slowly destroying part of Wyoming resort town
Dillon Tabish
Dillon Tabish9h
Good night from Flathead Lake. #montanamoment
Molly Priddy
Molly Priddy18 Apr
@natashavc @TaraAriano @allyzay Oh no, I've been thinking it's a room for all your types of mustards. Recalibrating my ideas now.
Tristan Scott
Tristan Scott19 Apr
@tristanscott *Billie Joe
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