A freight prepare carrying beer derailed in Montana on Sunday, officers mentioned, marking the most recent in a string of rail incidents throughout the USA.
The derailment occurred close to a river in Paradise round 9 a.m., in response to a press launch from the Plains-Paradise Rural Hearth District.
About 25 automobiles have been derailed within the accident, officers mentioned.
As of late Sunday, the division reported there was no risk to the general public and no hazardous supplies had been launched.
The company mentioned the railcars that fell into the river have been empty or carrying Coors Mild and Blue Moon.
The derailment occurred close to a river alongside Freeway 135 about 70 miles northwest of Missoula.
No accidents have been reported however persons are being requested to keep away from the world.
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Recent train derailments
The Montana crash is the latest in a wave of derailments over the past two months. Since a fiery crash in Ohio on February 3, trains have been derailed in Florida, West Virginia, Michigan, Oklahoma, Alabama, Nebraska and Washington state.
Most recently, a train derailed in Minnesota last week and nearby residents were forced to evacuate.
Statistics show that derailments are not uncommon.
Every day, the country’s railroads move millions of tons of raw materials and finished goods across the country on some 140,000 miles of rail, but their safety record is coming to new attention amid an investigation into the East Palestine derailment disaster.
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Contributing: Trevor Hughes and Thao Nguyen, USA TODAY; associated Press
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