Train Carrying Hazardous Materials Derails In Northern Minnesota

(Lancaster, MN) — Cleanup is underway after a train carrying hazardous materials derailed in northwestern Minnesota. The state Department of Transportation says cleanup could take two to three days. The trail crashed near Lancaster, Minnesota, about ten miles south of the Canadian border. The DOT says there are no fires or leaks from the cars. No one was hurt. There’s no word on what caused the derailment.

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