Watch Terrifying High Winds Blow a Train Off an Elevated Track

It's proven over and over again every single year. Nothing is more powerful than what Mother Nature cooks up. The latest example comes out of New Orleans, after a heavy storm ripped through the area late Monday morning. Though there was not a tornado, the dangerous cell produce strong winds that pushed a slowly moving train right off its tracks, as shown in the video below. The train was on an elevated track and, according to WGNO, at least 11 shipping containers were blown to the ground. The video was taken by reporter Jabari Thomas, who happened to be in the right place at the wrong time for the train. RELATED: A Supercar Designer Penned this Super Luxurious Train “Due to the severe weather this morning, four Union Pacific Railroad rail cars derailed and dropped off the east bank approach to the Huey P. Long Bridge," a statement from the New Orleans Public Belt said. "The rail cars were empty and did not contain any hazardous materials. No leaks and no injuries are reported at this time." Thankfully, as noted, nobody was injured during the wild event, and the only major loss is the cars. RELATED: Japanese Maglev Train Sprints into Record Books at 366 MPH ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide