UPPER TYRONE TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) – A HAZMAT team was on the scene of a train derailment in Fayette County after a car tipped over and caused hundreds of gallons of flammable industrial solvent to spill out.

911 dispatchers confirm a car has derailed at Broadford Road and Woods Road in Upper Tyrone Township, Fayette County.

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They say the car tipped over and spilled a clear liquid. They were not sure what this liquid is, so a HAZMAT team was sent to investigate.

Jim Bittner, HAZMAT director for the Fayette County Emergency Management Agency says a few hundred gallons of flammable industrial solvent leaked into Jacob’s Creek.

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There were no injuries or evacuations, and the solvent isn’t expected to harm the wildlife in Jacob’s Creek or the Yough River.

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The car was detached from a train. Bittner says it’s believed the train’s brakes were faulty. When a train’s brakes are faulty, a safety precaution called a derailer flips a car off the tracks.

This is the second train to derail in Fayette County in the past week. Three trains derailed in Hempfield Township on Friday.

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