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  • Train backs away from Olympia protesters

    A group of Olympia protesters has camped out on the rail line that serves the Port of Olympia to stop the transportation of ceramic proppants, also known as fracking sand, to North Dakota.

A group of Olympia protesters has camped out on the rail line that serves the Port of Olympia to stop the transportation of ceramic proppants, also known as fracking sand, to North Dakota. Amelia Dickson adickson@theolympian
A group of Olympia protesters has camped out on the rail line that serves the Port of Olympia to stop the transportation of ceramic proppants, also known as fracking sand, to North Dakota. Amelia Dickson adickson@theolympian

Protesters block rail line leading to Port of Olympia

November 12, 2016 5:33 PM