Hazmat Train Derails in North Dakota

Hazmat Train Derails in North Dakota

A Canadian Pacific freight train carrying hazardous materials derailed near Wyndmere, North Dakota.

Over 30 out of the 70 cars on the train derailed, with several carrying hazardous materials.

The train was en route to Kansas City, Missouri, at the time of the incident.

No injuries have been reported from the derailment.

The cause of the derailment is still unknown.

The National Transportation Safety Board has launched an investigation into the incident.

The derailment resulted in a temporary evacuation of the area.

Canadian Pacific officials are working to clean up the site as quickly as possible.

Rail service in the area has been disrupted due to the derailment.

The incident has raised concerns about the safety of transporting hazardous materials by rail.

This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of proper safety measures when transporting hazardous materials.