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(KSL News) Investigators will try to figure out today what caused a train to derail in Carbon County.
Yesterday a Union Pacific train left the track near Helper, spilling its load of coal.
Then a train coming from the opposite direction hit the derailed cars. A total of 18 cars went off the track.
No one was hurt in the accident, and none of the spilled material was hazardous.