The site, where a train carrying crude oil exploded last year, is seen in downtown Lac-Megantic, June 21, 2014. This picturesque lakeside town of Lac-Megantic, nestled in the pine-covered hills of eastern Quebec is slowly rebuilding after a train loaded with crude oil crashed in flames in the downtown core nearly a year ago, destroying dozens of buildings and killing 47 people in one of North America's worst rail accidents. Picture taken June 21, 2014. To match CANADA-TRAIN/RECOVERY REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger
A year on, Quebec town remains in grip of 'train from hell'
LAC-MEGANTIC Quebec (Reuters) - Each time a train rumbles past her house and the clothing shop where she works, Lucie Roy relives the moment last year when explosions leveled much of her neighborhood - and she and her two children narrowly escaped injury.
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