EDMONDS, Wash. — The Edmonds/Kingston ferry route is back in service after a log truck lost its load Monday morning.
The truck was leaving the ferry Spokane at the Edmonds terminal when it lost its load of logs on the ferry dock ramp.
The Spokane has been stuck at the terminal since around 10:45 a.m.
Equipment was brought in remove the logs from the ramp, and Washington State Ferries said the final log was removed at 1:30 p.m.
A safety inspection is needed before vehicles will be allowed to offload and service on the Kingston route can resume, WSF said.
At 2:18 p.m., Washington State Ferries said the route was back in service.
#BREAKING a passenger stranded aboard the Kingston/Edmonds Ferry just sent me these two pics—showing the whole loading dock blocked by logs. He’s been stuck on the ferry since 10;45 and says police only arrived on scene now. He says there appears to be damage to the loading dock pic.twitter.com/F2ZmfQ2AbS— Ryan Simms (@RyanKIRO7) December 28, 2020
Final log has been removed from the transfer span at our #Edmonds terminal. A safety inspection of our terminal structures is needed before vehicles will be allowed off #Spokane and service on the #Kingston route can resume. pic.twitter.com/vKD6xGYRbj— Washington State Ferries (@wsferries) December 28, 2020
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