Train Derailment Accident Scene in Slinger 07-20-14
Photos by John Ehlke
Crews work on cleaning up the scene Monday afternoon after a train derailment in Slinger. The train that derailed Sunday night was carrying diesel fuel. Slinger Fire Chief Richard Hanke said thousands of gallons of diesel fuel was spilled in the accident leaving two individuals with non-life threatening injuries from Sunday night. Homes in a half mile radius of the accident were evacuated. Crews work on cleaning up the scene Monday afternoon after a train derailment in Slinger. The train that derailed Sunday night was carrying diesel fuel. Slinger Fire Chief Richard Hanke said thousands of gallons of diesel fuel was spilled in the accident leaving two individuals with non-life threatening injuries from Sunday night. Homes in a half mile radius of the accident were evacuated. Crews work on cleaning up the scene Monday afternoon after a train derailment in Slinger. The train that derailed Sunday night was carrying diesel fuel. Slinger Fire Chief Richard Hanke said thousands of gallons of diesel fuel was spilled in the accident leaving two individuals with non-life threatening injuries from Sunday night. Homes in a half mile radius of the accident were evacuated. Patrons look over a fence to watch crews work on cleaning up the scene Monday afternoon after a train derailment in Slinger. The train that derailed Sunday night was carrying diesel fuel. Slinger Fire Chief Richard Hanke said thousands of gallons of diesel fuel was spilled in the accident leaving two individuals with non-life threatening injuries from Sunday night. Homes in a half mile radius of the accident were evacuated. <br/><br/> Rubble at the scene Monday afternoon from the train derailment in Slinger. The train that derailed Sunday night was carrying diesel fuel. Slinger Fire Chief Richard Hanke said thousands of gallons of diesel fuel was spilled in the accident leaving two individuals with non-life threatening injuries from Sunday night. Homes in a half mile radius of the accident were evacuated.
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