eighbors gather to see the derailed train car as it crosses 66th Avenue west of Tumwater on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. The 69,000-pound covered hopper car was empty when it went off the rails while workers were coupling the Tacoma Rail cars near the intersection with Black Lake Belmore Avenue.
eighbors gather to see the derailed train car as it crosses 66th Avenue west of Tumwater on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. The 69,000-pound covered hopper car was empty when it went off the rails while workers were coupling the Tacoma Rail cars near the intersection with Black Lake Belmore Avenue. The Olympian
eighbors gather to see the derailed train car as it crosses 66th Avenue west of Tumwater on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. The 69,000-pound covered hopper car was empty when it went off the rails while workers were coupling the Tacoma Rail cars near the intersection with Black Lake Belmore Avenue. The Olympian

Derailment closes section of Tumwater road

March 08, 2011 09:22 PM

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