Derailment sends three freight cars into river

BARNET — Officials are planning to retrieve three freight train cars carrying corn that plunged into a river in Vermont. No one was hurt.
Fire officials said the train derailed at the Cornerford Dam on Monday night. Three cars fell into the Passumpsic River in East Barnet.
The cars were carrying the corn for Washington County Railroad.
State Police say it appears the cars tumbled because of bank erosion.

- AP

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