An accident? Or a great hobo conspiracy....?
If beer spills on the tracks, do the brewers cry?
DENVER - Beer and asphalt are leaking from two train cars after they hit a parked engine during an early morning train move.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway says they were in the process of moving 34 beer cars in their rail yard when four of the cars slide back, colliding with a parked engine and asphalt cars.
No one was hurt during the situation but both beer and asphalt spilled from two of the cars onto the tracks. The rail yard is located off of Park Avenue, east of Interstate 25.
BNSF says the accident took place at 4:30 Wednesday morning but because no one was injured they did not contact Denver Fire.
Denver Fire has since responded to the scene and will work with BNSF to determine the next course of action.
There are no problems on the main line tracks.