Oil railcars that run through the Columbia River Gorge on an average week: 1,450

Cars carrying crude oil on the train that crashed June 3 in the Gorge town

of Mosier: 96

Train cars that derailed: 16

Number of cars that caught fire or exploded: 5

Hours the fire burned: 13

Approximate distance, in feet, of the crash from an elementary school: 1,320

Altitude, in feet, the flames reached, according to witnesses: 100

Gallons of crude oil spilled: 42,000

Gallons of oil collected in the town's wastewater system: 10,000

Feet of boom deployed in the Columbia to contain oil slick: 1,000

Approximate number of residents evacuated from Mosier: 100

Number of firefighting crews deployed to the blaze: 16

Days after the crash that Union Pacific Railroad pledged to temporarily

suspend running oil trains through the Gorge: 3

Miles of realigned and expanded tracks Union Pacific wants to add to its

rail line on either side of Mosier: 4

Date in July when a public hearing will be held to discuss that request: 5

An explosion of oil train cars in the Columbia River Gorge (KATU-TV)
An explosion of oil train cars in the Columbia River Gorge (KATU-TV)

"We apologize to the residents of Mosier, the state of Oregon and the broader Pacific Northwest region for any inconvenience this incident may be causing." —Justin Jacobs, spokesman for Union Pacific Railroad, at a June 3 press conference on the Oregon oil train fire

Sources: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington State Emergency Response Commission, Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal, Oregon Department of Transportation, Union Pacific Railroad, Wasco County Planning Department.