A train derailed in Montana on Friday, causing 11 train cars to topple off the tracks, but no one was injured and there was no immediate threat to the environment.
One derailed car was carrying paint thinner, but it did not spill, according to Amanda Frickel with Hill County Disaster and Emergency Services. Some derailed cars did spill, but they were carrying consumer goods such as cake mix, napkins, and carrots, ABC News reported.
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The derailment happened east of the town of Havre at 5:39 p.m. on BNSF Railway tracks — one of the largest freight railroad networks in North America.
The line was reopened on Sunday following cleanup efforts. However the accident is still being investigated according to BNSF spokesperson Lena Kent, Fox…