A huge fire outside Baltimore, triggered by the collision of a freight train carrying chemicals and a trash truck, raged for 10 hours before being brought under control, officials said early Wednesday.
A dark, thick plume of smoke could be seen for miles after two of 15 derailed cars from a CSX-owned train caught fire.
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