Union Pacific probing Ill. train derailment

FULTS, Ill. — Officials are trying to pinpoint what caused 14 coal-loaded rail cars to derail near the southwestern Illinois town of Fults.

Union Pacific spokesman Mark Davis says no injuries resulted from the accident about 12:45 p.m. Sunday that damaged two stretches of track and a bridge. Davis says workers looked to have the track repaired later Monday.

Davis could not immediately say how much coal spilled during the derailment involving the train that had three locomotives and 136 rail cars.

The train was headed from Wyoming to Joppa, Ill.