Train Derailed Near Enid in Carmen Wednesday Due To High Winds

Beverly Cantrell - December 15, 2021 9:12 pm

ENID, Oklahoma –

BNSF has confirmed that a train carrying empty intermodal containers derailed near Enid around 1 p.m. Wednesday.

A total of 21 rail cars carrying 32 empty containers came off the tracks.

Those close to the derailment said it shook the building at a nearby store.

No injuries were reported.

Crews are investigating.

Below: Carmen, Oklahoma on Wednesday December 15th –

(Ponca City Now viewer submitted photo by Vicki Horton)

May be an image of sky, road and grass

 

 

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