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Bridge collapses:

Emergency crews are on the scene of a freight train derailment and hazardous material spill in southern New Jersey.

The Gloucester County Times reports four tank cars were dumped into Mantua Creek in Paulsboro Friday and are leaking vinyl chloride.

The newspaper says 18 people are reported to be having difficulty breathing.

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Four railroad tank cars tumbled into the Mantua Creek and are leaking flammable vinyl chloride after the train bridge collapsed at about 7 a.m.

At least 18 people at the Paulsboro Marine Terminal have complained of respiratory distress and ambulances have been dispatched for them.


The cars are leaking vinyl chloride, which is an industrial chemical chiefly used in producing PVC. It is highly toxic, flammable and carcinogenic.

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