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Edmonton Train Derailment: No Injuries, No Safety Concerns

01/15/2014 03:15 EST | Updated 03/17/2014 05:59 EDT
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Empty railroad tank cars snake their way into a storage yard in Newark, Delaware, July 28, 2013 The cars will return to North Dakota's Bakken region to be loaded with crude oil for another trip to the refinery at Delaware City, Delaware. With a shortage of new pipeline capacity, oil producers have been using rail as an alternative, and in some cases it's the preferred mode. (Curtis Tate/MCT via Getty Images)
EDMONTON - The City of Edmonton says there are no public safety concerns around a train derailment near a rail yard in the north end of the city.

Canadian National Railway says three locomotives, two tank cars and a flat car derailed Wednesday morning following a slow speed collision involving three trains.

CN says all of the cars remained upright and there were no injuries.

An CN spokesman says some diesel leaked out of a fuel tank on one of the locomotives.

The derailment happened near the Yellowhead Highway, which runs through an industrial zone.

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