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Rail line reopens in southeastern Saskatchewan after derailment that spilled oil

05/22/2013 11:13 EDT | Updated 07/22/2013 05:12 EDT
JANSEN, Sask. - A rail line has reopened in southeastern Saskatchewan after a derailment that resulted in a spill of more than 91,000 litres of oil.

Canadian Pacific Rail (TSX:CP) says the tracks near the village of Jansen have been repaired and inspections have been done.

The company says cleanup is progressing and no issues have been reported at the site, about 150 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon.

Five cars on an eastbound freight train derailed Tuesday and one of the units leaked its contents.

CP says an investigation into the cause continues.