A train and semi-truck collided in Marysville early Monday. Minor injuries occurred when the train derailed.
At approximately 6 a.m., the Seattle truck accident occurred around 130th and State streets. The driver of the semi-truck suffered some minor injuries, said Marysville Fire Department Battalion Chief Scott Goodale. As a precaution, he was transported to Providence Everett Medical Center’s Colby Campus. None of the train crew suffered injuries.
According to King5.com, two train engines were derailed, but the rest of the train still on the track. . Marysville Fire Department crews were at the scene investigating the accident, where debris from the train was strewn about 500 yards along the track.
Amtrak service to and from Vancouver, B.C., will be affected. Contact Amtrak for the latest train schedule.
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