(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — A train in Columbus, Ohio, derailed early Wednesday morning, sparking an explosion and the evacuation of about 100 people near the fire, ABC News affiliate WSYX-TV reports.
The derailment happened on Fields Avenue. WSYX says some of the cars were carrying denatured alcohol, a highly flammable substance. As of 6 a.m. Wednesday, two cars were burning.
People within a one-mile radius of the blaze have been evacuated, according to WSYX. A hazardous materials team has been called to the scene.
No injuries or deaths have been reported.
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