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Union Pacific train derails in Granby

Union Pacific Railroad workers examine a locomotive that derailed on Wednesday morning, Nov. 25, in Granby. The freight train blocked the crossing on Zero Street at County Road 57 while crews worked to get the engine back on the tracks. This is the second derailment this week in Grand County. Another Union Pacific train derailed on Sunday in Gore Canyon.
Byron Hetzler/bhetzler@skyhidailynews.com | Sky-Hi News

GRANBY—A Union Pacific freight train derailed Wednesday morning, Nov. 25, in Granby blocking the railroad crossing on Zero Street at County Road 57.

The lead locomotive is the only car off the tracks, but it wasn’t immediately known how long the tracks would be blocked. Interruptions to Amtrak service is expected.

This is the second derailment in Grand County this week. Another Union Pacific train derailed in Gore Canyon on Sunday evening.


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