Train derails in Huron County, causes power outage
HURON COUNTY, Ohio (WOIO) - Police are investigating a train derailment in the village of Greenwich.
The accident happened around noon Monday in the area of N. Kniffin Street.
According to police, about 20 cars derailed; however, there were no hazardous materials on the train and there are no evacuations or injuries.
Several hundred customers are without power, because one of the train cars clipped a power pole.
Power in Greenwich Village was restored about four hours later.
Greenwich Police shared the following photos of the site:
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