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FAYETTE COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Water service has been restored to customers in Montgomery following a train derailment that caused an explosion earlier this week. According to a news release, at 8 a.m., tank levels in West Virginia American Water’s Montgomery system indicate that water service has been restored to all customers. Some customers may still experience low water pressure for a brief period while the company works to restore the system to its normal operating pressure, according to the release. WVAW shut down the Montgomery plant for nearly 24 hours following a train derailment that happened Monday afternoon. It was restarted at 1 p.m. Tuesday. A boil water advisory remains in effect for all customers in the Montgomery system. A CSX train was hauling crude oil from North Dakota to Yorktown, Virginia when it derailed about 1:30 p.m. Monday in Adena Village near Deep Water. There were 109 cars on the train. Crews tell WSAZ more than 20 of those cars were involved in the wreckage. Several caught fire and exploded.

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