A train in Revelstoke caught fire on April 11.
According to a report from the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, during an evening inspection, crews noticed the car behind the locomotive was ablaze.
The train was near the Three Mile Crossing in the Big Eddy and was carrying sulphur pellets. No dangerous goods were involved.
The Revelstoke fire department responded and extinguished the small blaze. The department furthered it’s unusual to get a train fire call.
In his weekly address for COVID-19, Mayor Gary Sulz thanked the Revelstoke Fire Rescue Service for stepping up to aid Canadian Pacific.
“CP Rail was very grateful for the assistance,” he said.