Cliff Slayton, a safety instructor with CSX, shows Virginia emergency responders the different features of one of the railroad's locomotives. CSX brought its "Safety Train" to Richmond, Va., on Oct. 3, 2014, and has used it to train first responders in other communities where it hauls large volumes of crude oil. (Curtis Tate/McClatchy)
Cliff Slayton, a safety instructor with CSX, shows Virginia emergency responders the different features of one of the railroad's locomotives. CSX brought its "Safety Train" to Richmond, Va., on Oct. 3, 2014, and has used it to train first responders in other communities where it hauls large volumes of crude oil. (Curtis Tate/McClatchy) McClatchy
Cliff Slayton, a safety instructor with CSX, shows Virginia emergency responders the different features of one of the railroad's locomotives. CSX brought its "Safety Train" to Richmond, Va., on Oct. 3, 2014, and has used it to train first responders in other communities where it hauls large volumes of crude oil. (Curtis Tate/McClatchy) McClatchy

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