This video is some of the craziest footage you've ever seen.
If you ever wanted to know what the aftermath of a real-life train wreck looks like you have to check this out.
The train was carrying potash, which is a fertilizer, and given all the food shortages and food processing plant fires, this makes this rail crash even more suspicious.
From Daily Caller:
A westbound Canadian Pacific Rail train derailed Sunday, with 43 railcars left strewn across the side of Highway 3.
No injuries or deaths have been reported since the disaster, which occurred around 8:15 a.m. local time Sunday, CBC reported. Fire crews and Canadian Pacific Rail responded to the scene, according to a tweet from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Fortunately, it appears as if no one was hurt in the crash.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
According to locals responding to the video on Twitter, the wreck took place in an area where it wouldn't be expected.
It's a very strange accident, and I'm looking forward to hearing the official story.
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