No one hurt in train derailment in Plymouth

Canadian Pacific crews are cleaning up
Train cars derailed in Plymouth
Canadian Pacific train derailment in Plymouth Photo credit City of Plymouth, Minnesota

Crews are working around the clock to clean up after a Canadian Pacific train derailed Sunday afternoon in Plymouth.

Nobody was hurt, and CP officials say they are monitoring air quality and have not found any unusual readings.

Officials say 22 cars left the track, and some were carrying molten sulfur, along with asphalt and lumber.

Crews are also replacing tracks that were damaged in the derailment at Northwest Boulevard, north of Schmidt Lake Road in Plymouth.