COLUMBUS -- The fire is out and everyone evacuated during a fiery train derailment in Columbus is back home but the investigation and the clean-up is just beginning.
The National Transportation Safety Board is on the scene just beginning its investigation. Crews had to wait until the flames burned themselves out before they could get in to the actual site of the derailment.
The first Columbus fire crews arrived on the scene around 2 a.m. Two ethanol tankers in the train exploded into a firewall and a third started to burn.
Two people received minor injuries.
A one-mile area of Columbus was evacuated and a shelter was set up by the American Red Cross at the Ohio State Fairgrounds.
By late afternoon, everyone was back home. The area immediately around the derailment is mainly industrial so no homes were damaged.