CP Rail engine starts on fire

A train fire on a Canadian Pacific Railway engine forced officials to close Rosser Road early this morning.

Officials forced to close Rosser Road this morning

A train fire on a Canadian Pacific Railway engine forced officials to close Rosser Road early this morning.

The fire broke out on the tracks near Highway 221. A CP spokesperson said the fire was caused by an engine malfunction.

CP says no one was injured and there was no risk to the surrounding area or the rest of the train.

The engine has been moved off the main line. CP is investigating to find out the cause of the engine malfunction.

Rosser Road has now been reopened.

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