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Tuscaloosa County Sheriff: No oil spilled in Monday's train derailment near Buhl

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Aerial view of a train derailment in Tuscaloosa near Buhl, Monday, June 16, 2014. (abc3340.com) Aerial view of a train derailment in Tuscaloosa near Buhl, Monday, June 16, 2014. (abc3340.com)
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Authorities say no oil was spilled in the derailment of a train carrying petroleum through Tuscaloosa.

Seven tankers were among the rail cars that went off the tracks on Monday afternoon in the Buhl area.

A spokesman for the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office says no oil was spilled, but area residents were evacuated from their homes for about 90 minutes as a precaution.

Federal safety officials will investigate the cause of the accident.

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