10 News has team coverage of the train derailment in West Virginia.
The train was made up of 109 train cars, all of which were empty. The incident did cause some of the cars to catch fire and sent at least one locomotive and one fuel tank into the New River. Diesel fuel from the wreck was seen spilling into the New River.
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10 News has reached out to VDEM, DEQ, VDH and other local organizations who all say that while they are currently monitoring the situation, they do not foresee this causing a problem for the New River locally due to the fact that the river flows South to North.
The accident happened just south of Sandstone inside the New River National Park and Reserve.