Paulsboro train derailment 911 calls obtained

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The National Transportation Safety Board is continuing to investigate the accident. (12/16/12)

PAULSBORO - Police have released the 911 calls of the Paulsboro train derailment.

Earlier this month, a bridge collapsed in Paulsboro, causing a train to derail and leak vinyl chloride, a toxic chemical, into a river below. Vinyl chloride is used to make plastics.

Hundreds of area residents were evacuated for days after the accident. Dozens were also brought to the hospital but none were seriously affected.

The National Transportation Safety Board is continuing to investigate the accident.

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