Jean Demaitre looks on as he leaves the court house after his hearing in Lac Megantic, May 13, 2014. Train engineer Thomas Harding, charged with criminal negligence in a Canadian rail disaster that ... more 
Jean Demaitre looks on as he leaves the court house after his hearing in Lac Megantic, May 13, 2014. Train engineer Thomas Harding, charged with criminal negligence in a Canadian rail disaster that killed 47 people in Lac-Megantic, Quebec last July will seek to be released on bail at a court appearance on Tuesday, his lawyer said. Quebec police arrested Harding, the engineer and train driver, and two other train workers - Demaitre and Robert Labrie - on Monday. They were each charged with 47 counts of criminal negligence causing death. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT DISASTER) less 
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Tue, May 13, 2014 4:41 PM EDT