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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – As many as 10 trains weekly have been coming into Texas carrying a million gallons or more of Northern Plains crude oil that’s been involved in fiery derailments in the U.S. and Canada.

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Details on the shipments were released Friday by the Texas Attorney General’s Office under a public records request from The Associated Press.

They show BNSF Railway hauling up to six trains weekly into the Houston area. The Fort Worth-based railroad reported two to four trains weekly along a second route through Tarrant and McLennan Counties.

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Kansas City Southern Railway reported hauling up to one train a month into Nederland, Texas.

A train carrying crude from the Bakken region of Montana and North Dakota derailed and sparked a spectacular fire last week in West Virginia. Hundreds of families were forced to evacuate.

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