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A Pennsylvania train derails, plunging many cars into the Lehigh River

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A train derailed in Pennsylvania this morning, sending many cars plummeting into the Lehigh River amid the mayhem. Northampton County’s Lower Saucon Township was the scene of the event, which prompted quick response from fire and county officials.

Pictures of the scene, including box and tanker vehicles scattered off the rails, were posted on Facebook. Authorities have not yet reported any casualties, evacuations, or leaks from any containers despite the spectacular scene.

There are currently emergency response teams on Riverside Drive, including Nancy Run Fire Company, Lehigh County Hazmat, and Northampton County Emergency Management. Norfolk Southern operates the train in question, and its staff are evaluating the issue to take appropriate action.

This incident raises new questions about rail safety, especially since Norfolk Southern experienced many derailments last year, including a big one involving dangerous chemicals in Ohio. Authorities ask the public to avoid the area while investigations are ongoing and give rescuers time to properly oversee the cleanup effort. Keep checking back for more details as this story develops.

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