One individual was killed following a train wrecked Monday night in Texas' Lower Valley, authorities said.
The El Paso Fire Department tweeted late Monday that two train vehicles wrecked and harmed a lawn shed,
wall, a gas meter and a gas line in the 7700 block of Barton Street.
The capability of a gas spill incited local group of fire-fighters authorities to clear close by homes and to
encourage the general population to keep away from the area of Franklin Drive and Barton Street.
The harmed gas line has since been closed down and the clearing requested lifted,
allowing 50 occupants to get back to their homes, fire authorities said.
The recognize of the sole casualty presently can't seem to be delivered,
and the conditions encompassing their demise as well as the reason for the train wrecking were not quickly clear.
The occurrence was being explored by the El Paso Police Department.