August 30, 2015


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Lac-Megantic, Que.

Local residents watch as smoke rises. (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
A police officer watches. (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Smoke rises. (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
 (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Residents wait outside an emergency centre for news of family and friends. (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Federique Mailloux hugs a friend as they wait outside an emergency centre for news. (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Fire keeps burning nearly 24 hours after railway cars that were carrying crude oil derailed. (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Local residents watch as smoke rises. - (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
A police officer watches. - (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Smoke rises. - (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
- (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Residents wait outside an emergency centre for news of family and friends. - (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Federique Mailloux hugs a friend as they wait outside an emergency centre for news. - (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)
Fire keeps burning nearly 24 hours after railway cars that were carrying crude oil derailed. - (Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press)

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