Created on Tuesday, 18 February 2014 Written by AP
TONTOGANY, Ohio (AP) — Railroad officials say a train has derailed in northwest Ohio.
CSX officials say 19 of 62 cars jumped the tracks on Monday night in the Wood County village of Tontogany, about 25 miles southwest of Toledo.
They say 18 cars were empty and the other car was hauling steel.
The train was traveling from Indiana to Ohio at the time of the incident.
Officials say there were no injuries. It's unclear if the cars caused any structural damage in the village.
CSX is assessing the damage and working to clear the area.
The cause of the derailment is under investigation.