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Hazardous materials groups react after train crash in LeClaire

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Hazardous materials groups react after train crash in LeClaire

Hazardous materials groups react after train crash in LeClaire

(KWQC) - Crews reacted to LeClaire Friday morning after a train crashed close to the Buffalo Bill Museum. It occurred at 11 a.m.

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Hazardous materials groups react after train crash in LeClaire

Police presented on Facebook just before 12 p.m. saying clearings are currently set up close to the territory. 

 Police say this is a prudent step.

 Police likewise state that Highway 67 is additionally shut as of now.

Authorities with the Scott County Emergency Management Agency said a concoction spill was found and was being moderated by HAZMAT groups nearby.

One watcher discloses to TV6 they drove by the zone soon after it occurred and traffic was moving gradually.

Scott County Emergency Management Agency authorities said no wounds have been accounted for and there is no risk to general society.

Canadian Pacific Rail and crisis responders were still on the scene after 1 p.m.

Drivers are being approached to maintain a strategic distance from the midtown territory in the city and US 67 stays shut down from Eagle Ridge Road to Territorial Road.

In the image above you can see numerous autos from the train wrecked or on their side, simply missing a vehicle that was left in the parking garage.

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