The head of a Canadian train company has said that one of its engineers is "under investigation" after a runaway fuel train derailed in a town in Quebec causing a fatal blast.
The official said the employee had a clear safety record before the incident, but added: "I think he did something wrong".
He appeared to contest the engineer's claim that he had applied 11 handbrakes.
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