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UPDATE: Authorities say no threat to water supply from West Glenville train derailment

Pan Am Railways workers survey the damage to railway cars after a major derailment involving 10 cars, mostly carrying grain, derailed on tracks behind Reynolds Mobile Home Park in Glenville on Feb. 7.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Pan Am Railways workers survey the damage to railway cars after a major derailment involving 10 cars, mostly carrying grain, derailed on tracks behind Reynolds Mobile Home Park in Glenville on Feb. 7.
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Investigators are on the scene today to determine the cause of an 11-car train derailment Thursday night in Glenville. There were no injuries reported in the accident, which happened just before 7:30 p.m. near Wyatts Drive off Route 5. Pam Am Railways engineers were in the process of putting cars together for a train destined for Deerfield, Mass. Some of the cars were carrying soybeans and chicken feed and others were empty, according to Cynthia ...


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