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CSX to offer reimbursement claims to residents impacted by train derailment

CSX officials are offering reimbursement to residents who missed work or paid out-of-pocket expenses during a recent trail derailment outside of the Love Grove Community in Wilmington June 27. CSX officials are offering reimbursement to residents who missed work or paid out-of-pocket expenses during a recent trail derailment outside of the Love Grove Community in Wilmington June 27.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – CSX officials are offering reimbursement to residents who missed work or paid out-of-pocket expenses during a recent trail derailment outside of the Love Grove Community in Wilmington June 27.

According to a letter given to people living on Stanley Street, claim agents will be available Thursday to address questions and issue reimbursement for all reasonable expenses related to the evacuation.

"CSX extends its sincere appreciation to the people of Wilmington and local emergency responders for their patience and assistance," Heyword Watford with CSX wrote in the letter.

Anyone planning to file a claim should bring a photo ID, another proof of home residence, and any documentation to show out-of-pocket expenses.

If you lost time for work, make sure to have official documentation from your employer with the hours and rate of pay.

Claim agents will be available Thursday, July 11, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Best Western Plus Coastline Inn.

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