AKRON, Ohio - Crews are cleaning up a train derailment in downtown Akron. The force of the collision pushed three train cars into a nearby parking lot that serves Quaker Square.
According to Akron police, one CSX train rear-ended another near the intersections of Broadway and Mill. It happened around 1:30 a.m. Thursday.
One train was stationary. The other was traveling at around 20 miles per hour at the time.
No vehicle traffic intersections are affected by the derailment. A section of the parking lot at Quaker Square will be closed until the train cars can be removed from the parking lot.
Both trains were empty. No one was hurt.
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