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A U.S. bankruptcy judge has joined a Canadian judge in approving a $338 million fund to settle claims stemming from a fiery train derailment that claimed 47 lives in Canada.The final hurdle is a vote by creditors in the U.S. before the plan can be confirmed on Sept. 24, said Robert Keach, U.S. bankruptcy trustee for the former railroad that operated the runaway train.The railway filed for bankruptcy after the derailment, which destroyed 40 buildings, including a busy bar where many of the victims perished.
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