Amtrak service disrupted by ND flooding
DEVILS LAKE (AP) -- Amtrak officials say flooding in separate areas of northern North Dakota has forced a temporary shutdown of passenger rail service between St. Paul, Minn., and Spokane, Wash.
The company said Wednesday two bridges are threatened because of rising water in the Devils Lake basin, and the rail station in Minot was closed after water flooded the basement.
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