Train carriage falls on US highway

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    A train carriage has plummeted on to a highway in Washington state and there are reports of casualties.

    The Amtrak train car fell from an overpass, landing on the I-5 highway outside Seattle.

    Authorities have not yet confirmed the extent of casualties. But witnesses say several people have been injured.

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