DALLAS — Updated at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday with information on the train company, a definite number of derailed train cars and train status.

All lanes of Samuel Boulevard from Lawnview Avenue to Tenison Parkway at the Tenison Park Golf Course are re-opened to traffic after a train derailed in the 3600 block of Samuell Boulevard, at 6:21 Monday night, but the train is still there and has not been removed, officials said Tuesday.

No injuries were reported.

At the time of the accident, the golf course was evacuated and all six lanes of Samuel Boulevard from Lawnview Avenue to Tenison Parkway were shut down, officials said.

Police officers, HazMat teams and Dallas Fire-Rescue officials responded to the scene Monday, where four cars on a 14-car Dallas, Garland & Northeastern Railroad train are leaning off the track near the Tenison Park Golf Course.

DFR officials confirmed there was no hazardous materials leaked, and that responders stabilized the three cars that are leaning off of the track and are waiting for response teams from the train companies. 

Those response teams expected on scene Tuesday morning, and the 3400-3800 blocks of Samuell Boulevard were shut down overnight Monday and into Tuesday morning.

One car contains hazardous material, but it is safely on the track, officials said.

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