about thetrain derailment indowntown Lynchburg. This is new video from today. The NationalTransportation Safety Board is on site, investigating thecrash. Officials say thetrain was going 24 miles per hour and the speed limit was25 miles per hour. A C-S-X train pulling 105 cars was headed toward the Virginia coast, when it went of the tracks around 2 yesterdayafternoon. 13 cars derailed.Three ended up in the James River, which runs right nextto the tracks. C-S-X crews havespent the day removing the wreckage. It will likely takeseveral days for thearea around the crash site to return to normal.WDBJ7's Tim Saunders continues to follow this storyand joins us live along the JamesRiver.Tim, is the derailment effecting any businesses?Jean, there are several businesses at the bottom of Ninth Street that are cut off, because ofthe ongoing clean- up.Yesterday, we told you about the Depot Grille restaurant,which is right next to the crash site.There's also a children's museum across the street. Both businesses remain closed today. Families with small children were enjoying a fun day at Lynchburg'sAmazement Square Wednesday, when a train crashed right outside the front door.Mort Sajadian/Amazement Square President:"Fortunatley the staf noticed it right away.They were very quick about getting everyone togetherand doing the evacuation processthat we have." Amazement Square'spresident, Mort Sajadian, says hisstaff had just revised its evacuation plansa few days ago. Sajadian: "Thicertainly was a real test. They did a very nice job. Everyonewas out of the building within fiveminutes." Amazement Square and the nearby neighborhood willlikely remain closed for several days. Although much of the train wreckage hasbeen removed, there is still a lot of work tobe done. As of Thursday afternoon, three traincars remained lodged in the JamesRiver. Lynchburg city manager KimballPayne says C-S-X is moving quickly to restore the rail line. Kimball Payne/LynchburgCity Manager: " think it's certainly inCSX's business interest to get that rail line back in service as quickly as possible, which willhelp us." Businesses like Amazement Squareand Depot Grille will lose several days ofrevenue while the clean-up continues. Sajadian says C-S-Xis offering financial assistance. Sajadian: "They'v already talked to ouroperations director and given us specific forms for financiallosses. They are very professional. Ihave to commend them for that." Along with the financial impact tobusinesses, there isalso an environmental effect on the James River. We'll take a closer look at that and bring you more information about the derailment tonight at 6. Live along the James River, Tim Saunders, WDBJ7.