TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A federal jury in Tacoma has awarded $8 million in damages to a woman hurt in the 2017 Amtrak train derailment that spilled passenger cars onto Interstate 5 and killed three people.

The Seattle Times reports the jury found in favor of Emily Torjusen Monday after a four-day trial. Court documents say Torjusen was traveling from Seattle to Vancouver and was a passenger in the seventh car behind the engine on the train’s inaugural run on its rebuilt Point Defiance Bypass route when the train derailed at high speed near DuPont.

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The National Transportation Safety Board said multiple failures contributed to the crash, but placed primary blame on Sound Transit.