SEATTLE (AP) — Dozens of residents of an Oregon town have been given the all clear to return home, after crews made progress in repairing damage caused by the of an derailment oil train that sparked a fire.

About a hundred people — a quarter of Mosier's population — were evacuated Friday after several cars carrying the volatile oil went off the tracks.

But officials said late Sunday night that the evacuation order had been lifted because of progress in cleaning up the derailment and restoring essential services, including a waste water treatment plant.

A statement by incident spokeswoman Judy Smith of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said 10,000 gallons of oil had been removed from the plant. Smith said water and sewer services were usable, but a boil water order was in effect.