Everyone missing in the fiery crash of a runaway oil train in Quebec is presumed dead, police told grieving families, bringing the death toll to 50 in Canada's worst railway catastrophe in almost 150 years.
Officials in a small Quebec town are not convinced that the July 6 train derailment and crash that killed at least 15 people was accidental and will pursue a criminal investigation into the disaster.
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