Holiday train derails in Gorge

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HOOD RIVER, Ore. — Authorities say no one was injured when a train carrying 214 people on a holiday-themed ride in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon derailed.

The Hood River County Sheriff’s Office said four cars of the train operated by the Mount Hood Railroad derailed at 5:15 p.m. Friday about three miles outside Hood River.

The sheriff’s office said the rail cars were upright and crews were helping railroad operators. The sheriff’s office said passengers were being helped off the train and alternate transportation arrangements were being made.