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(DuPont, WA)  --  A group of Boy Scouts is helping community members honor the victims of Monday's deadly Amtrak train derailment.  The local Cub and Boy Scouts of Pack and Troop 472 led a candlelight vigil last night in front of DuPont City Hall in honor of those affected by crash.  Mayor Mike Courts and Police Chief Larry Holt were among those in attendance.  Three people were killed and dozens were injured when a Portland-bound Amtrak train derailed onto I-5.

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