Service restored after BNSF derailment
Correction: The story originally said the derailment was west of Glasgow. It was 25 miles east of Glasgow.
No one was injured when a large derailment 25 miles east of Glasgow on Saturday night obstructed rail traffic until 9:25 p.m. on Sunday.
According to Gus Melonas, public affairs director for Burlinton Northern Santa Fe Railways, a four-locomotive and 70-car train on the single mainline track from Seattle, Montana's busiest with more than 30 trains a day, went off the rails near Kintyre, leaving 11 segmented rail cars and one single rail car in various states of disarray.