Pedestrian hit and killed by train in Edmonds

The fatality near the Edmonds terminal shut down ferry operations overnight.

EDMONDS — Someone died after being hit by a train Saturday evening.

Edmonds Police reported the pedestrian fatality via Twitter at 9:52 p.m. The collision occurred at an intersection of Main Street at the waterfront, near the Edmonds ferry terminal.

The ferry terminal was closed and the Edmonds-Kingston ferry route was out of service until Sunday morning.

The Edmonds Police Department said it would not provide further updates about the investigation.

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