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A Canadian National Railway freight train has jumped the tracks near Boston Bar, B.C.
The railway’s Andy Cummings says 19 cars from the mixed freight train were involved in the derailment late Thursday.
David Karn, a spokesman with B.C.’s Environmental Ministry, says none of the train cars were compromised and all remained upright.
Cummings says the train was travelling on Canadian Pacific Railway tracks and no one was injured in the derailment.
He says nothing was spilled or leaked into the waterway.
Cummings says an internal investigation has begun into the derailment.
This article first appeared on nationalpost.com
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