On July 6, 2013, at 1:15 am, 47 residents of Lac-Mégantic (Quebec Canada) died after a shale oil filled train derailed and exploded in the middle of the small city. For a community of about 6000 souls, it meant 1 out of every 128 residents passed away that night. La longue nuit is about the trauma and mourning lived in...
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