Fourteen BNSF rail cars, 12 of which were loaded with soybeans, derailed north of Afton Thursday, just before the track crosses Ottawa County’s historic “ribbon road” – one of the few original pieces of Route 66 left in America.

No injuries were reported, but cleanup of the spilled product could be time consuming, according to railroad officials.

The train was traveling north when the cars left the track and toppled onto their sides.

The line was shut down and two large pieces of equipment were brought in to help get the cars back onto the tracks.