Newly released aerial footage shows the damage from Monday's Amtrak wreck when a train crashed off a highway bridge in Washington on Monday.
The Amtrak train crashed off a highway bridge along the I-5 freeway in the morning. At least six people died in the crash and two vehicles were also destroyed, according to the Associated Press.
BBC shared the aerial footage video, which you can watch below. USA Today also shared aerial footage of the wreck.
The train was the first to run a new, faster route. The train reached estimated speeds of 80 mph in a 30 mph zone, according to Fox News.
King 5 News in Seattle similarly shared an animated video that shows how the train derailed along the highway.
#Amtrak train that derailed near DuPont, WA was going 80 mph in a 30 mph zone, says @NTSB_newsroom. This animation shows how the locomotive missed the curve and crashed onto I-5 >> https://t.co/L7s6gOap6v pic.twitter.com/xQ8i99p5Km— KING 5 News (@KING5Seattle) December 19, 2017
Seventy-seven passengers and seven crew members were aboard when the train crashed along the highway. About 50 people were hospitalized, some with critical and serious injuries.
Those on board the train described the horror of the crash.
"I was just coming out of the bathroom when the accident happened. My car just started shaking really, really badly. Things were falling off the shelf. Right away, you knew that this was not something minor," Aleksander Kristiansen, a 24-year-old exchange student at the University of Washington from Copenhagen, told the AP.