(*20*)A Norfolk Southern train derailed in Ohio on Saturday — the second such crash in The state in just over a month — prompting county officials to ask residents within 1,000 feet of the site to shelter in place as investigators assessed the train’s cargo.

(*20*)No hazardous materials were involved in The derailment occurred at 4:45 p.m. in Springfield, Ohio is about 80 miles northeast from Cincinnati according to Thomas A. Crosson. Norfolk SouthernThe train was operated by.

(*20*)There were no reports of injuries, Mr. Crosson said. About 20 He said that the cars in the 212 car train had been derail.

(*20*)Clark County issued a shelter-inResidents living near the accident site were given a -place notice, which was lifted on Sunday morning.

(*20*)County officials said at a news conference There were four tanksers on the train that transported non-hazardous materials. The diesel exhaust fluid was still present in two of the tankers, while one contained residual levels of polyacrylamide water solutions. They were described as “common industrial products shipped via railroad.”

(*20*)“A crew from the owner/operator of the railway Norfolk Southern, the Clark County Hazmat team and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency each independently examined the crash site and verified there was no evidence of spillage at the site,” the county said on Facebook.

(*20*)Gov. Mike DeWine from Ohio said on Twitter State environmental response teams were on the ground helping firefighters.

(*20*)Norfolk Southern Following the train crash, has come under scrutiny in East Palestine, Ohio, raised concerns about air quality and water quality last month after toxic chemicals were controlled burned. Authorities believed they could cause an explosion.

(*20*)Pete Buttigieg, the transportation secretary, who has come under fire for his response to the East Palestine crash, said on Twitter He had been informed about the derailment in Springfield, that is “no hazardous material release has been reported, but we will continue to monitor closely.”