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North Texas crews work to clean up after train derails due to heavy rain

(Source: Collin County Sheriff's Office/Facebook) (Source: Collin County Sheriff's Office/Facebook)
(Source: Collin County Sheriff's Office/Facebook) (Source: Collin County Sheriff's Office/Facebook)
(Source: Farmersville Fire Department) (Source: Farmersville Fire Department)
(Source: Farmersville Fire Department) (Source: Farmersville Fire Department)
COLLIN COUNTY, TX (KXXV) -

Crews were working to clean up a train derailment in Collin County on Sept. 21.

The Collin County Sheriff's Office said it happened just after 11:30 p.m. at CR 558 and CR 605 in Farmersville. 

Officials said that 11 cars had derailed. It was believed to be caused due to a low lying railway bridge compromised by heavy rain and floods. 

No injuries were reported.

Nearly a week later, the Farmersville Fire Department was still working on the aftermath of the derailment.

Railroad cars were seen still at the scene.

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