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Officials with Union Pacific Railroad Company say 16 oil tanker cars derailed. They point to a faulty railroad tie as the possible cause. At least three of the cars caught fire in the accident.

Officials with Union Pacific Railroad Company say 16 oil tanker cars derailed. They point to a faulty railroad tie as the possible cause. At least three of the cars caught fire in the accident.

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  • Bingen Mayor Betty Barnes tells us how the oil train derailment in Mosier has affected people on the Washington side of the Gorge.
  • We explore the invisible world of imaginary friends with child development psychologist Marjorie Taylor.
  • Our Soviet Diaspora series continues with Olga Parker, a family counselor with Lutheran Community Services Northwest, who helps families adjust to American culture and the divide between parents and their “Americanized” children.

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