The crude oil-loaded train blew up in the United States: a train loaded with crude oil from the state of West Virginia in the United States. At least the 10 wagon was blown up with parked vehicles struck by the train.
Between the towns of Kanawha and the town of Fayette, the accident occurred in a position where the housing was reflected in the amateur cameras.
The Governorate stated that the settlements in the vicinity were evacuated; announced that a person affected by the smoke spread to the surrounding area.
In the incident, a house near the accident site turned to ashes under the influence of flames.
It was announced that the train carried 109 wagons from North Dakota to Yorktown.
In case of heavy snow, fire intervention and rescue work is difficult.