CN experiences derailment in St. Clair River tunnel

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PORT HURON, Mich. – A westbound Canadian National freight has derailed in the St. Clair River tunnel linking Port Huron with Sarnia, Ontario, The Detroit News reports. No injuries are reported.

About 40 cars came off the track in tunnel, which could keep the line closed for days, according to the report.

Amtrak's International last operated through the tunnel in 2004; since then, the state-supported Blue Water has operated from Port Huron to Chicago, leaving no connection to VIA Rail Canada service in Sarnia.
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