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Netflix apologizes to Lac-Megantic for using rail disaster footage in 'Bird Box'

CTV News Tuesday, 22 January 2019
Netflix is apologizing to the people of Lac-Megantic after actual footage of the 2013 rail disaster that devastated the town was used in dramas on the streaming service.
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