Train Carrying Hazardous Materials Derails in Arizona: Reports
Afreight train reported to be carrying hazardous materials was derailed in western Arizona on Wednesday evening. There were said to be no immediate spills or leaks from the train in Mohave County, where the incident took place.
Published 3 months ago · Mohave County, United States
BNSF says train carrying corn syrup derailed in Arizona
BNSF Railway confirmed on Thursday that a train carrying corn syrup derailed near Topock in western Arizona close to the California border on Wednesday, with preliminary reports indicating no involvement of hazardous materials.
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Train hauling corn syrup derails in Arizona; no injuries
BNSF Railway says a freight train carrying corn syrup, not hazardous material, derailed in western Arizona, near the state’s border with California and Nevada. BNSF spokesperson Lena Kent says in
3 months ago·United StatesRead Full Article
Train derailment near Arizona-California border did not involve hazardous materials, railroad says
A train that derailed in western Arizona Wednesday evening was carrying corn syrup, the railroad said, after the county sheriff's office said it may have been carrying hazardous materials.
3 months ago·Atlanta, United StatesRead Full Article
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