Two freight trains collided head-on in the Texas city of Panhandle on Tuesday. At least one person is injured and police are on the scene to determine the damage.
The trains collided about five miles east of the city of Panhandle, located in northern Texas, KFDA reported.
BNSF is the company that owns the trains. Four of their employees were involved in the crash, but only one has been located and rescued. That person was taken to Northwest Texas Hospital in stable condition, KFDA reported.
BNSF Railway spokesman Joe Faust said the collision occurred at about 8:40 a.m.