The Federal Railroad Administration says it expects to have a report in three months of the bridge collapse that left railcars in the Wabash River on Wednesday. The bridge collapse derailed a Norfolk Southern Railway train Wednesday afternoon on the Wabash River bridge on the border of West Lafayette and Lafayette. Several railcars were in the river after the bridge collapse. The railcars appeared to be carrying rocks or cut-up metal. The bridge has been repaired and trains are once again using it to cross the river.