A freight train has derailed in Deposit. New York Susquehanna and Western Railroad notified Delaware and Broome County 911 Centers of a train derailment at 2:14 this morning. High river water caused the tracks to wash out overnight fouling 2 out of 4 locomotives pulling the 63 car train. The two locomotives are in the west branch of the Delaware River and they are leaking diesel, though environmental officials said at a press conference this morning that they don’t expect . The engineer and conductor were uninjured. A crane is expected to arrive around 11 AM to pull the locomotives from the river. The town of Deposit has declared a state of emergency because of the recent Flash Flooding. The Deposit School District has cancelled summer programs for the day today as a result of the emergency declaration.