- A train carrying corn syrup derailed in western Arizona, causing no injuries or hazardous materials leak.
- The cause of the accident is under investigation.
- The derailment occurred during bad weather, including thunderstorms, hail, and heavy rain.
- BNSF, the operator of the train, said that eight cars had derailed.
- This follows a recent train derailment in Ohio that released toxic chemicals and resulted in a federal lawsuit.
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Freight Train Carrying Corn Syrup Derails in Arizona
A train carrying corn syrup derails in Arizona during bad weather. No injuries or hazardous materials leak. Investigation ongoing. Similar to recent Ohio accident.