In Canada, authorities believe as many as 50 people may be dead after a train derailment.
They say some of those that died may have been "vaporized". Edward Burkhardt, CEO of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railways Inc., spoke on Thursday, responding to the anger and criticism directed at him.
"I'd been told about it. I'd been warned about it," he said. "But it was worse than I thought. I thought people would respond to my willingness to come there. I mean, they were screaming about how I took three days to get there," Burkhardt said.
Our Anna Coren spoke to the head of the railway company and is OutFront.
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