Train carrying large amounts of potash derails in Alberta, Canada

Clean-up is underway in Canada after a large potash derailment.

The video shows dozens of cars carrying the precious cargo overturned. The derailment happened Sunday morning in Alberta. Canadian Pacific Railway says no one was injured but has not said how it happened.

Canada is the world’s largest producer of potash, which is at record prices right now. It relies heavily on the rail system to transport it.

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