Fiery train derailment in Kentucky spills ethanol into river

LOUISVILLE (AP) — A large rock slide on a rain-saturated mountain caused a fiery train derailment on Thursday morning in eastern Kentucky that briefly trapped two crew members and caused a chemical leak into a river, authorities said. Two crew members of the CSX train were initially trapped in a flaming locomotive along the river’s edge before climbing out and waiting for firefighters to rescue them by boat. More details in Weekend’s Borneo Bulletin