Woman awarded $6.9 million for injuries sustained in 2017 Amtrak derailment in DuPont

The jury’s decision comes just days after service resumed on the Point Defiance Bypass route on Nov. 18.

DUPONT, Wash. — Editor’s note: The above video was published Nov. 18 after service along the Point Defiance Bypass resumed.

A jury awarded a woman injured in the deadly 2017 Amtrak train derailment in DuPont nearly $6.9 million on Tuesday.

The crash victim was awarded $6,875,000 for damages, including past and future economic damages. 

The jury’s decision comes just days after service resumed on the Point Defiance Bypass route on Nov. 18.

The section of track in DuPoint was shut down for

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