Death toll in Canada train derailment on rise
Searchers have recovered two more bodies in the train derailment in Canada bringing the death toll to 35.
Investigators say 15 people are still missing after the 73-car train derailed in Quebec July 6, 2013.
Authorities say the train's engineer parked the train for the night and checked into a hotel. Then, somehow the train got loose and slammed into the center of a neighboring town. Tank cars full of fuel exploded.
Along with the deaths, the runaway cars destroyed about 40 buildings. At least three firefighters suffered minor injuries. Tthe accident has prompted a national discussion in Canada on rail safety.