The head of the Canadian railway company whose train derailed and crashed into a small Quebec town has been taken in for police questioning after saying that an employee failed to set the train's brakes properly.Edward Burkhardt, the chairman of the Montreal, Maine, & Atlantic Railways, was led away by police after holding a news conference in Lac-Megantic, the town that was set ablaze when the runaway train barrelled into it early Sunday morning.Fifteen people died in the crash and ensuing fire, and another 45 people are still missing.
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