Quebec judge calls disaster railway 'deplorable', grants protection

MONTREAL (Reuters) – A Quebec court granted bankruptcy protection on Thursday to the U.S. railway whose runaway train smashed into a tiny Quebec town, killing 47 people, but Judge Martin Castonguay called Montreal Maine & Atlantic’s behavior “deplorable” and said he was not impressed by its management.

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