Traffic is moving again in Yorkton on Friday morning after a train and a Co-Op petroleum collided on Highway 9 in the south end of Yorkton on Thursday.

The crash happened shortly after 11:30 a.m. The RCMP was at the scene for most of Thursday.

The Federated Co-Op tweeted that their driver wasn't injured in the crash.

The train was removed by Friday morning and traffic was restricted one lane southbound on the highway. Trains can pass through the area but need to slow down as crews are still cleaning up after the crash.