Train 'derailment' in South Seattle knocks down powerlines

A minor train derailment in south Seattle knocked down some powerlines Monday night, according to the Seattle Fire Department. 

Around 8:30 p.m., crews were called to tracks near Colorado Ave. S and S. Spokane St. for the derailment.

According to Seattle Fire, the train crashed into a power station, which knocked down some wires.

The train also blocked both directions of S. Spokane Street. Roads reopened just before 6 a.m. Tuesday. 

No one was injured.

It's unclear what kind of train it was and what caused it to go off the tracks. 

Seattle Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.