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Train derails in Seattle knocking down power lines

All lanes have reopened on South Spokane Street after a train derailed.

SEATTLE — A train derailed on South Spokane Street, knocking down power lines Monday night, according to the Seattle Fire Department. 

The train was blocking both directions of South Spokane Street for a short time, but all lanes have now been cleared, according to the Seattle Department of Transportation.

Crews responded to the train derailment near Colorado Avenue South and South Spokane Street after 10 p.m. Monday night, according to Seattle Fire. 

As the train derailed, it collided with a power station, causing downed electrical wires. Seattle City Light is working to remove the downed wires. No injuries were reported. 

 Seattle Fire turned the scene over to the Seattle Police Department. 

This is a developing story. Check back for updates. 

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