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All rail lines are back open following a trail derailment in central Nebraska last Wednesday.
A total of 28 cars of a Union Pacific train went off the tracks near Gibbon on March 31st.
No one was injured, according to Union Pacific, but Pawnee and Range Roads were closed as a result of the derailment. Crossings have since reopened.
Union Pacific says all lines were back open by Friday night. The cause of the derailment remains under investigation.
This article first appeared on www.newschannelnebraska.com
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