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Amtrak train derails over highway bridge in Washington state

The Age Monday, 18 December 2017
An Amtrak train derailed on a bridge over a highway in Washington, sparking a major emergency response.
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An Amtrak passenger train derailed on Monday morning over a major highway in DuPont, Washington. The train has blocked all southbound lanes on the interstate and prompted an emergency response. Amtrak tweeted a confirmation that its train was involved but has not provided more information. The News...

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