Dramatic footage of several night time explosions after a freight train carrying crude oil derailed in Quebec, Canada, has emerged.
The video shows big flames shoot up as another train car explodes.
Some of the train's 73 cars exploded and the fire spread to a number of homes in the lakeside town of six-thousand people, which is close to the border with Maine and Vermont.
One person has been confirmed dead.
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Police said the child, who was without a driving licence, was trying to make his way 2,500 miles from the east coast to Perth.
The 24-year-old was charged with 14 counts of wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm and one count of throwing a corrosive fluid.
Winds will veer northerly overnight with colder air streaming in over the next few days.