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CN Derailment near Nora Lake

Posted on: January 7, 2018  |  

CN crews are continuing the clean-up of an incident involving a westbound CN train that derailed multiple cars about 50 km east of Elma, MB near Nora Lake. There were no injuries and there is no threat to the public. There were no leaks of dangerous goods from the tank cars involved. A total of 23 cars were involved in the incident which is under investigation by CN and the TSB.
The line reopened early Sunday afternoon. CN will remain on-site to remove the cars and will complete a full clean-up. As we continue the clean-up, we would ask people to stay clear as there is large equipment and machinery moving in the area.
If the public has any questions, please contact our Public Inquiry Line at 1-888-888-5909 (staffed M-F) or email contact@cn.ca.

 

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