Canadian Pacific says the rail line where a derailment and crude oil spill occurred in western Minnesota has been re-opened. The railroad says an inspection and track repairs are complete and a cleanup is progressing.
Authorities say 14 cars of a Canadian Pacific Railroad have derailed in western Minnesota and at least three have spilled or leaked crude oil.
A BNSF Railway official says that a cargo train has derailed on a main rail line running across the Northwest.
A car on the Hiawatha Light Rail line derailed on Wednesday night between the Nicollet Mall Station and the Hennepin Avenue Station in Minneapolis.
Crews will be cleaning up after 17 empty railroad cars derailed on an elevated section of track in Duluth.
Authorities are investigating a train derailment in Hager City, Wisconsin.