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RAVENNA TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WJW) – Crews remained on the scene Wednesday morning after a Norfolk Southern train derailed in Ravenna Township on Tuesday evening.

After the sun came up, they were able to get a better look at the damage caused by the crash.

The scene also caused busing issues for the Ravenna School District Wednesday morning.

The superintendent tweeted, “Due to a train derailment last night, the Lake Street railroad crossing and Route 44 south of Summit Rd. are closed.  We will not be able to pick up students living along Prospect St. South of Summit Rd and in the Timber Run neighborhood.  Other routes may be late! Stay tuned!”

The crash happened just after 7 p.m. Tuesday in the South Prospect area.

According to investigators, 16 to 18 train cars carrying rock salt and other materials were derailed in the incident. There were no hazardous materials involved, investigators say.

Norfolk Southern confirmed that there were no injuries in the derailment.

Now, railroad crews are working to clean up the crash.