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All three Union Pacific rail lines in Gibbon are back open following a train derailment last week.
According to UP Spokesman Tim McGahan, all rail lines are back in service as of Friday afternoon. A total 28 cars derailed on one of the lines last Wednesday afternoon in Gibbon.
McGahan said Monday he did not know if crews are still working to clear debris from the derailment.
According to an announcement posted on the UP website on April 1, the company said customers should expect a delay of 24 to 48 hours as a result of the derailment.
McGahan said Union Pacific has been investigating what caused the derailment and will forward the findings to the Federal Railroad Administration before they're released publicly.
McGahan said Monday he is not aware of whether the investigation is complete or if the filings have been turned over to the FRA.
This article first appeared on nebraska.tv
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