as Norfolk Southern and its crews continue the cleanup. In Wytheville tonight, Wytheville. No one was hurt when fourteen Norfolk Southern train came off the tracks around 6 tonight. This map shows you where the train derailed on Grayson Turnpike near Route 21 in the southwest part of the town. Tonight part of Route 21 is shut down while crews work to stabilize the train cars and decide how to begin the cleanup process. WDBJ7's David Kaplan is there in Wytheville. David, who's in charge of cleanup? Chris, it's certainly Norfolk Southern's responsibility from this point forward. As for how long it could take, we've been told from 36 hours to "a while by some officials here in Wythe County. Now, we're going to give you a look right now at one of the 14 cars of Norfolk Southern's that derailed in this incident. We're told the call came in between 5 and 6 o'clock earlier today. As for what the trains were carrying, some of the cars that derailed were carrying automobiles and some of them were actually carrying nail polish. The Department of Environmental Quality and several other groups looked at it to determine if there was an environmental impact, or any sort of impact that could harm people, mainly because of that nail polish. We're told at this point, there is no reason to believe that could be an issue. Emergency vehicles, as you're about to see, are still coming through this area, and that's certainly one of the biggest challenges right now. Making sure that people can travel through safely. This was certainly a scary ordeal for the people who were in this area, this pawn shop behind me was still closing things down when this derailment happened, as you can hear from someone who was working in there, they were certainly very scared, and certainly something they've talked about before, but never thought would happen. 39:21 :10 It sounded like something had scraped the bottom, but it kept continuing on. i said "that's no good" and i looke up and i see the train, starting to jump off the track. 40:50 r :10 I've joked around with several of my coworkers before like 'it would not be a good day if a train ever derails because we'er that close', like i said, we're about 20 feet from the tracks, if it derailed just right it could take out our whole building, That man you just heart from, Brady Van Winkle, who works at the pawn shop, perhaps sums it up best, the biggest sign of relief from emergency officials, was that nobody was hurt in this incident. We're told that the biggest issue right now is really stabilizing these derailed trains to make sure that nothing further happens, as Norfolk Southern and its crews continue the cleanup. In Wytheville tonight, David Kaplan, wdbj7.