Train Derailment Cleanup Continues 

Crews spent Sunday cleaning up the damage from yesterday’s freight trail derailment on the Maine/New Hampshire border.It happened in Gilead Saturday afternoon.20 cars were sent off the tracks.No one was injured, but some nearby residences were evacuated, and Route two was closed for several hours.Officials say 11 of the cars normally contained ethanol but were empty at the time of the incident. The other nine were carrying paper.The train was traveling from Auburn to Quebec on the St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad line.Cranes arrived this afternoon to move the cars. It’ll be at least two days before the line is reopened.