CALGARY (660 NEWS) — A CP Rail freight practice derailed in Crowsnest Cross simply east of the B.C. and Alberta border Friday night.
A minimum of 20 CP vehicles left the monitor close to Crowsnest Lake close to Coleman, Alberta, in response to the Transportation Security Board of Canada.
“The prevalence was reported to the Transportation Security Board by the Canadian Pacific Railway and we’re assessing,” TSB stated in a press release.
“The TSB is just not planning to deploy right now.”
The practice was carrying potash items when it derailed round 5 p.m. Friday.
“There have been no harmful items concerned. There have been no accidents to the crew,” CP spokeswoman Salem Woodrow stated in an e-mail.
“CP instantly deployed assets to the location.”
The reason for the incident is below investigation.