As many as three cars of a 14-car train derailed near a golf course in South Dallas early Monday night, Dallas Fire-Rescue officials say.
The incident happened around 6:25 p.m. Monday in the 3600 block of Samuel Boulevard near Tenison Park Golf Course, DFR said.
Only one of the 14 cars contains a hazardous material, officials said, and that car was still on the tracks.
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Authorities at the derailment site stabilized the three cars that were leaning off the tracks, DFR said. The train company would send a crew to finish the job Tuesday morning.
The golf course was evacuated as a precaution, officials said, and all six lanes of Samuel Boulevard were closed from Lawnview Avenue to Tenison Parkway.
There were no injuries reported, DFR officials said.