Roads expected to be closed for days after train derailment

Roads expected to be closed for days after train derailment

CENTRALIA, Wash. — North Tower Street and B Street in Centralia could be closed for up to three days following a freight train derailment Sunday.

Fifteen train cars left the tracks just before 5 p.m. Sunday near a Centralia rail yard. Seven cars toppled onto their sides, landing on roads and a yard outside a nearby home.

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There were no injuries in the accident.

Puget Sound & Pacific Railroad owns the train and are investigating the derailment.