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One of the two tank cars that crashed into the Broward River late Sunday following the derailment of part of a CSX freight train next to North Main Street between Baisden and Cedar Bay roads has been removed, according to CSX.
But as southbound traffic on Main Street continues to be diverted onto a northbound lane next to the derailment site until further notice, the railroad said efforts continue to remove the other tank car, the last of eight rail cars that derailed Sunday night.
No cause has been determined yet for the derailment, according to CSX.
Two of the tank cars were empty after they fell over north of Busch Drive about 10 p.m., while two more carried ethanol, CSX said. Four other derailed box cars carried consumer and food-grade products, and were removed from the area earlier Monday as contractors worked to clear away the tank cars. CSX confirms that no leaks have been detected from the tank cars as the cause of the incident remains under investigation.
This article first appeared on www.jacksonville.com
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