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BNSF workers and a hazardous materials team clean up fuel that spilled from a CSX locomotive on the outskirts of Randall, Minn., on Thursday morning, March 13, 2014. Emergency personnel were called at 9 a.m. Friday from the central Minnesota town. Railroad workers and the hazardous materials team were collecting and wiping up fuel that apparently overflowed after a line break on the engine. (Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls)

Train spills small amount of fuel in central Minnesota

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RANDALL, Minn. -- A train spilled fuel Thursday morning along Highway 10 in this central Minnesota town, but a fire crew that responded said the spill was considerably smaller than the 200 gallons originally reported.

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