Edmonton Area Train Wreck

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No injuries are reported after a train wreck near Edmonton.
The C-N train was crossing an overpass on Highway 16 just east of Cloverbar Road, when it struck a pavement packer shortly after midnight.
The train had two engines and 85 cars attached and, a fire believed to have been started by spilled fuel was quickly extinguished.
There were no injuries reported and, no other materials were spilled as a result of the derailment.
Police say the packer may have been stolen from a nearby construction site and, deliberately left on the overpass.

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