MOSCOW, May 28 (UPI) -- A cargo train carrying fuel oil derailed in eastern Siberia, spilling an undetermined amount of fuel oil on the ground, Russian officials said.
The derailment Friday involved the locomotive and 22 oil tanker cars, 14 of which were carrying the fuel oil, RIA Novosti reported Saturday.
The head spokesman for the East Siberian Railway, Yevgeny Khokhryakov, initially said the train wasn't carrying hazardous cargo and said no spill occurred.
The report didn't say why the train derailed. There were no injuries and railway workers were working to restore rail services.
At least 10 passenger trains were delayed because of the accident, officials said.