CSX derailment leads to evacuations in Ohio

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Railcars lay strewn across CSX’s ex-Baltimore & Ohio main line at Newton Falls, Ohio, early this week.
Russel Oboczky
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — A 14-car derailment has closed CSX’s ex-Baltimore & Ohio main line through northeastern Ohio and led to some evacuations, Reuters has reported. Nobody was injured, and no hazardous materials have leaked.
 
The derailment occurred around 7 a.m. today in Newton Falls, Ohio. Some of the cars were carrying chlorine, a gas that’s lethal when inhaled, but none escaped.

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