Edmonds-Kingston ferry route back in service after vessel suffers mechanical failure

Service has resumed on the Edmonds-Kingston ferry route after the Spokane experienced a mechanical issue, forcing a temporary suspension Thursday afternoon.

The Spokane was unable to depart from the Edmonds terminal, according to Washington State Ferries.  

After unloading passengers in Mukilteo, the Issaquah returned to the route. It will “load vehicles and passengers and depart as efficiently as possible,” according to Washington State Ferries. 

The official ferry schedule will not reflect accurate departure times until all current traffic is accommodated.

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