A spokeswoman for agriculture giant Archer Daniels Midland Co. says the company is cooperating with authorities investigating Friday's train derailment in north-central Illinois that triggered several fiery explosions.
ADM spokeswoman Jessie McKinney says the train included ADM railcars carrying ethanol and a type of dry animal feed. She says the derailment isn't affecting the company's ability to deliver product to customers.
Mick Burkart of Iowa Interstate Railroad says 26 cars on the 131-car train derailed, including seven to nine loaded with highly flammable ethanol.
Authorities evacuated the village of Tiskilwa (TIHS'-kihl-wah) as a precaution following the predawn derailment. The fire has been contained and no injuries have been reported.
The National Transportation Safety Board has dispatched a team to investigate the accident about 100 miles west of Chicago.