The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has not yet decided whether a full investigation will be done of last week's train derailment near Carrick.
According to the Safety Board's Communications Coordinator, the derailment happened on Friday at approximately 1:10 pm. It says a Canadian National Railway Company (CN) train was proceeding east when it went into emergency at Mile 83 near Carrick.
According to CN Rail, the incident involved 17 cars and one locomotive.
"There were no fires, injuries or exposures reported," read a statement from CN Rail. "The incident posed no danger to public safety."
The cause remains under investigation. There is no word on what was being transported in those cars.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says they are currently gathering information and assessing the situation and will make a decision as to whether or not to do a full investigation.