Three cars on an Amtrak train derailed in western Washington state after a Sunday morning mudslide. No one was hurt.
The Amtrak Empire Builder was carrying 86 passengers and 11 crew when the accident happened near Everett.
Afterward, the train was unlinked from the three disabled cars and took the passengers to Mukilteo, where they were transferred to chartered buses, according to Amtrak.
Rail traffic between Everett and Seattle, which includes the Amtrak Cascades and Empire Builder trains, was canceled until Tuesday morning, Amtrak said.
Chartered buses were covering the missing stops for Amtrak.
BNSF Railway Co. owns the tracks and is investigating the incident with Amtrak.