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HERMON, Maine (NEWS CENTER) --- For the second time in just weeks, a Pan Am derailed in the town of Hermon.

Company officials say the train was making its way west to --- when it derailed around 4 p.m. Friday afternoonbehind a storage facility. Three cars went off the tracks. Pan Am says the 62 car train was carrying lumber, paper and carbon dioxide.

Company officials say they don't believe the train was carrying any fuels. No roads were closed because of the derailment. Pan Am says its looking into what caused it.

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