A train derailed around 1 pm Tuesday afternoon at a crossing on Route 11 in Ashland, Maine.

Train Derailment on Route 11 in Ashland

The incident happened in the area of Depot Street and the Clark Siding Road, said WAGM News.

Officials Believe Frost Heave is the Cause

Officials said a frost heave is believed to be the cause. The train remained upright after the derailment.

Train Engine Brought the to the Site

A train engine was brought to the site to help move the derailed train.

Road Closed and Reopened

Route 11 was closed while crews worked at the scene, The road was open again around 3:30 pm Tuesday.

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