12/6 UPDATE: Cranes Friday morning settled the train cars onto the tracks and another vehicle pulled them down the tracks out of the way.
UPDATE 4:24 p.m.: Crews on the scene tell WVEC.com the road has reopened to traffic.
UPDATE 3:34 p.m.: Chief Williamson told 13News Now the train was hauling cement. Crews from Norfolk Southern are on scene working to get the train back on the track.
NORFOLK -- A Norfolk & Portsmouth Belt Line Railroad train derailed while changing tracks at East Princess Anne and Ingleside roads in Norfolk Thursday afternoon causing traffic to be re-directed.
City of Norfolk spokeswomen Karen Parker-Chesson said emergency communications received word around 2:30 p.m.
Parker-Chesson says no injuries have been reported.
Robin Chapman with Norfolk Southern told 13News Now that a Norfolk Portsmouth Belt Line train was on a Norfolk Southern track. The train was about to get on a Bay Coast Railroad track when it derailed. The Norfolk Southern Princess Anne line is now blocked by the derailment.
Chief Williamson with the Norfolk Fire Department said no evacuations were issued and they are currently investigating what the train was hauling. Hazmat crews are on the scene as a precaution.
Stay with 13News Now and WVEC.com for the latest developments.