Railroad official says nobody hurt in derailment
Saturday, October 27, 2012
MOSBY, Mo. (AP) — A Canadian Pacific Railway train has derailed northeast of Kansas City, but a railroad spokesman says it posed no danger to the public or environment.
KSHB-TV (http://bit.ly/USc85s) reports 14 of the train's 49 cars jumped the track near Mosby just before midnight Friday. A spokesman for Canadian Pacific says nobody on the train was injured and other trains were being rerouted.
The train was carrying agricultural products. Railroad spokesman Ed Greenburg says crews were still at the scene at midday Saturday inspecting and removing derailed cars.
He says there is no timeline for reopening the track.