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A Georgia town was evacuated this morning after a train derailment.

According to WMAZ-TV, dozens of railroad cars fell from a bridge and landed on Highway 90 below.

The Dooly County Sheriff’s Office noted that some of the cars contained pressurized propane, prompting authorities to evacuate the town of Byromville.

The accident happened at around 7 a.m. this morning.

*******ATTENTION Byromville citizens******* Due to the presence of pressurized propane rail cars in the train...

Posted by Dooly County Sheriff's Office on Saturday, November 17, 2018

The town’s population is around 500 people, and everyone was asked to evacuate the area.

Hazmat teams were called in to clean up the scene, and as of 25 minutes ago, residents were allowed to return to their homes.

CSX hazmat team says there are no leaks and no need for further evacuation. Those who evacuated earlier may return to...

Posted by Dooly County Sheriff's Office on Saturday, November 17, 2018

No injuries were reported during the ordeal.

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