As seen in the July 30, 2008 La Crosse Tribune: BROWNSVILLE, Minn. (AP) - A train derailment in southeastern Minnesota could be related to the failure of a wooden railroad bridge. Department of Public Safety spokesman Doug Neville said it's not clear if the bridge collapsed under the train, or if derailed cars took it out. The derailed train and the bridge are owned by the Iowa, Chicago & Eastern Railroad, Neville said. An IC&E spokesman said that 27 cars derailed about 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. There were no injuries. The company says the cause of the derailment is under investigation. The derailment caused an ethanol spill on Hwy. 26 near Reno, which is near the Iowa border. The highway is expected to to stay closed until at least this afternoon. No one was hurt and there were no evacuations. Traffic was stopped in Brownsville, Minn., and New Albin, Iowa, because of potential danger.