Floods Block Cleanup Efforts of Massive Acid Spill in Australia
Heavy rainfall causing flash flooding prevented emergency crews from cleaning a remote area in northeastern Australia where a freight train transporting tens of thousands of liters of corrosive acid wrecked Sunday
28 December, 2015
Floodwaters cut off access to the distant site of the train crash in Australia’s western Queensland state on Monday, Reuters reported, citing local authorities.
Kidd hoped that the remoteness of the crash site would limit the scale of damage.