Crews have reopened all lanes on southbound I-5 near DuPont after Monday's train derailment.
Two lanes reopened just before 5 p.m. Wednesday. After 10 p.m., all lanes fully reopened.
The Mounts Road on-ramp to southbound I-5 has also reopened and there were no remaining closures.
Crews will continue to clear debris and make repairs overnight after a high-speed Amtrak train derailed and dangled over Interstate 5 in Dupont, about 60 miles south of Seattle.
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- 3 people on the train were killed when Amtrak train 501 derailed.
- Amtrak spokesman: 80 traveling customers, 5 on-duty crew members.
- 19 people uninjured.
- 72 people were evaluated and sent to area hospitals; 10 in serious condition, 4 had moderate injuries and 9 with minor injuries.
- The train hit cars; people were injured on the roadway, but no motorists were killed.
- NTSB is taking over the investigation. Officials say data recorder shows derailed Amtrak train was traveling at 80 mph in a 30 mph zone
- Southbound lanes of I-5 was closed for days.
- All rail cars and a locomotive have been removed from the scene.
- WSDOT needs to make repairs to section of I-5 damaged in crash.
- The Seattle-to-Portland train was running on a new bypass
- New photos show the devastation, see a photo gallery here.
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