Dozens of new cars and vans were destroyed on Wednesday in a magnificent train derailment in Nevada.
The 33-car Union Pacific train was carrying mainly jeeps and vans when it derailed shortly after 9 am at Caliente, a town located about 30 km from the Nevada-Utah border.
Sheriff Kerry Lee of Lincoln County told Fox 13 that some train cars carried dangerous goods, but that these cars were not touched during the accident.
County Road 4230 in Nevada, between Elgin and Carp, is expected to remain closed for seven to ten days due to train cars, construction equipment and debris blocking the road, the station said.
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Union Pacific was investigating the incident and was to report the results to the Federal Railroad Administration. The railway company did not immediately respond Wednesday to a request for comments from Fox News.