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A drone video captured the aftermath of a massive train derailment in Arizona involving a freight train that emergency officials say was “carrying a variety of new cars, vans and trucks.”
The train, operated by BNSF, derailed around midnight Wednesday in Williams, located outside of Flagstaff, according to Coconino County Emergency Management (CCEM).
“A total of 23 cars derailed and sustained heavy damage. The train cars involved were carrying a variety of new cars, vans and trucks,” Coconino County officials said. “There were no injuries or fatalities as a result of the incident. Cleanup is currently underway.”
The train was traveling about 50 mph when it derailed, according to Fox10 Phoenix.
Images show vehicles smashed and spilling out of the train.
“ANOTHER ONE?! 23 Train Cars Heavily Damaged in Arizona Derailment,” Breitbart News tweeted.
ANOTHER ONE?! 23 Train Cars Heavily Damaged in Arizona Derailment pic.twitter.com/VKrLakpmnU
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) June 9, 2023
Train derailment literally right next to our ranch in Arizona. 😳
Thankfully nothing toxic this time (so they say) but this is getting ridiculous how often these are happening now. Why the hell isn’t anybody doing anything?https://t.co/XrleOoXiVx
— Mindy Robinson 🇺🇸 (@iheartmindy) June 9, 2023
Authorities are trying to determine the cause of a freight train derailment in northern Arizona that heavily damaged 23 cars and a load of new vehicles. https://t.co/tLcxcUrJ1p
— The Associated Press (@AP) June 8, 2023
NEW: Train derailment overnight near Williams, Arizona.
23 train cars have derailed from a freight train in an overnight crash east of Williams in Coconino County. The county's emergency management agency says it happened around midnight Thursday morning.
— sherriroseA (@SherriRose711) June 8, 2023
— New York Post (@nypost) June 9, 2023
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