Grain Spill When Freight Derails in Saskatchewan
Canadian Pacific Railway says a number of cars left the tracks late Sunday
Crews were working in very cold temperatures to clean up at the scene of a train derailment in southern Saskatchewan on Monday, reports The Province.
Canadian Pacific Railway says a number of cars left the tracks late Sunday night near the community of Ernfold, about 170 kilometres west of Regina.
The company says no one was hurt. Grain spilled along the tracks and heavy machinery was cleaning it up.