A Canadian Pacific train carrying grain derailed into the Fraser River near Yale, B.C. Tuesday morning.
The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) has confirmed the train was travelling on a CN Rail track south of Boston Bar when it struck a mudslide and derailed.
Nine cars in total came off the track and two cars slid into the Fraser River.
The TSB said there is no indication of a fuel leak and no reports of injuries.
CN Rail said crews and equipment are being brought in to remove the cars and complete the cleanup.
A photo from the scene shows a considerable amount of grain spilled onto the river bank.