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A big cleanup job is underway near Kenmare.
The mess is at the site of a train derailment that happened Tuesday night.
Canadian Pacific Railway reports a grain train went off the tracks about 11-pm, dumping grain alongside the tracks, just southwest of Kenmare.
The railroad reports no injuries and no public safety issues.
Railroad officials refuse to say how many cars went off the tracks, but local people tell us about 15 rail cars derailed.
We're also told the railroad is being forced to destroy many of the derailed cars due to the extent of the damage.
CP Rail says the cause of the derailment is under investigation.
This article first appeared on www.kxnet.com
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