LAURA, Ill. -- Clean-up continued Wednesday in Laura after Monday's strong winds caused a major train derailment.
More than 60 rail cars were lifted off the track.
A BNSF railroad spokesman said clean up is expected to take a few more days.
Salvage companies are working to clear cars and clean up any cargo.
Both tracks were opened Tuesday but all trains are under a slow order and can only go up to 20 miles per hour through the area.
So far track inspections have not revealed any damage to the rails.