UP crews continue derailment clean-up near Milwaukee

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BUTLER, Wis. — Clean-up crews are working to remove hopper cars that derailed and went through the wall of a warehouse Monday evening near Milwaukee.

Milwaukee-area media report that several hopper cars from a Union Pacific freight train derailed south of the Butler, Wis., yard and pushed through a wall of a warehouse belonging to a spice and seasoning retailer. No injuries were reported.

The cause of the derailment remains under investigation.

Read the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel report online.

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