Roads Reopen Following Train Derailment in Harlingen
UPDATE (11/3): Roads are back open in Harlingen following a train derailment earlier this week.
Three cars derailed Wednesday damaging the street's blacktop.
Wilson Road, from Commerce to T streets, was closed off for the last couple of days while crews worked to repair the damages.
Union Pacific Railroad said the cause of the derailment is still under investigation.
HARLINGEN – Crews are working to get a train that derailed back on track.
We’re told three of the train’s cars went off its tracks Wednesday evening.
Harlingen police said Commerce to T streets were closed off to motorists, including Fair Park Boulevard.
They expect repairs to be complete at least in the next two hours.
No injuries were reported.
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