(WORTHINGTON) - The Indiana Southern Railroad has a crew working to set 12 rail cars back on a track south of Worthington.
The empty cars, some of them tankers, were blown over into a ditch that once was a part of the historic Wabash and Erie Canal system.
The incident hasn't caused any interruption of rail traffic.
It happened on a "side track", not the main track that was washed out by last year's flood just south of Thursday morning's derailment.
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