Crews are working in very cold temperatures to clean up at the scene of a train derailment in southern Saskatchewan.
The company said no one was hurt and there was no concern for public safety.
The Saskatchewan Highway Hotline said traffic was down to one lane on part of the nearby Trans-Canada Highway due to the accident.
Witness Alex Cogger told Regina radio station CJME that he was driving in the vicinity early Monday morning and estimated about 15 to 20 cars had derailed.
Cogger said there was grain spilled along the tracks and heavy machinery was cleaning it up.
“There was not a lot of people on the highways early in the morning, but I slowed down to 60 km/h since it was down to one lane,” Cogger said.