SHERWOOD, Oregon -- Oregon firefighters were unable to prevent a brushfire from engulfing a train trestle in Sherwood, Oregon late Monday.
Cameras were rolling as the trestle caught fire and eventually collapsed.
The train trestle owned by Portland and Western started to collapse at 6 p.m. and finally went down overnight. The burning wood, which is heavily treated with chemicals, created a thick black smoke.
No injuries were reported.
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