Train carrying potash derails near Hope, B.C., CN Rail reports | CBC News


The company said in a statement that no one was injured after at least 20 railcars carrying potash derailed at a rail bridge Monday morning.

According to DriveBC, the incident occurred at the Hunter Creek rest area west of Hope and is causing a visual distraction for drivers on Highway 1.

Several of the derailed cars are in the water and CN Rail says its environmental team is responding.

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