PHOENIX (AP/FOX 10) - Four freight cars derailed on train tracks east of downtown Phoenix Wednesday, blocking at least one street crossing near Sky Harbor International Airport.
Union Pacific Corp. spokeswoman Hannah Bolte said two cars were on their sides and spilled grain while two others remained upright.
Dad sent me this photo, train derailment near 20th street south of Washington- family are newsies now... 😻 pic.twitter.com/oNsH32WVQW— Syleste Rodriguez (@SylesteFox10) December 26, 2018
Crossings on 20th and 24th streets south of Jefferson Street were closed until crews finished cleaning up the derailment site.
CLOSED - 24th St. at Jefferson due to a train derailment. #phxtraffic— MCDOT News (@MCDOTNews) December 26, 2018
Bolte said cause of the derailment was under investigation and that crews were working to clean up the derailment site. The spokeswoman also said there was no injury and that a couple of trains had to be rerouted.