Update at 4:45am: CNN has confirmed the train was carrying corn syrup. About eight cars derailed, blocking off the main track.A train reportedly carrying hazardous materials derailed overnight near the Arizona border with California, according to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office. No spills have been reported as a result of the crash. A spokesperson for the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office tells CNN it happened near I-40 around 20 miles north of Lake Havasu City. The area is rural and non-residential, but is home to several truck stops.There’s no word on how many train cars actually left the tracks.The National Transportation Safety Board as well as BNSF, a freight railway company, have been notified of the derailment. Both organizations will be investigating. It’s the latest in a series of recent train derailments, most notably the one that led to a toxic spill in East Palestine, Ohio just over a month ago.
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