97 people were on the train when it stopped near Everett
An Amtrak train has been derailed during a landslide on Sunday morning in Washington state, reports say.
No injuries have been reported during the incident and the cars remained in upright position after being struck by debris.
The landslide stopped the train north of Howarth Park in Everett, leaving 86 passengers and 11 staffers shocked when the cars were tilted due to the impact.
The track was damaged on an area of a quarter of a mile (0.4 km). While three of the rear cars were unhitched, passengers on the train were transported on the remaining six cars. They boarded buses in Mukilteo, Washington to complete the last leg of their trip.