No one injured in CP collision, derailment near Calgary

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CALGARY, Alberta – No one was injured when two Canadian Pacific trains collided near Calgary late last week.

CBC News reports that a yard job and an intermodal train collided at Alyth Yard on Friday morning. Images of the collision show multiple rail cars derailed in the incident. Railroad officials told CBC News that the cause of the incident was under investigation but that they believe “human error” was the cause.

The train was carrying a variety of products but nothing spilled.

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