Texas train situation – Carriage with 18-wheeler triggering huge fireball scene. Multiple ambulances reportedly attended the huge Tuesday morning situation. Residents in the local area have been evacuated from their homes and asked to keep away. Evacuations of businesses and homes continued as crews worked to stop the fire. Footage showed huge plumes of dark black smoke while a fire continued to blaze. The train was reportedly carrying petroleum, confirming that it was not a hazmat situation. The outlet confirmed that both the train conductor and truck driver both survived. However, it is unclear if anyone else was injured in the scene. The situation took place in Milam County and there is currently no info yet on injuries or casualties. Sheriff Chris White reportedly took eye-catching video footage from the scene and confirmed there are no reports of chemical hazards. Footage from the scene showed the sun rising as first responders, volunteers with the Cameron Fire Department, and police arrived. Cell phone video, taken from a car driving up to the scene, captured billowing black smoke filling the air and another fiery scene. Moment's later, a passenger in the car is heard saying: "Yo, that's hot. Back up, back up! Dude that's got to be a train." "Wow, we felt that in the car," the other man is heard saying. The Milam County Sheriff's Office have not estimated how long it will take the get the fire under control. Officials are waiting to let the fire burn before putting it out as its too hot, according to the local affiliate. The news outlet also learned that around 13 to 15 train cars were carrying coal, fuel, and rocks.
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