Three crew members were missing and one was hurt Tuesday after a head-on train collision in the small town Panhandle, Texas.
Federal Railroad Administration investigators reported each train carried two crew members and one man jumped before the collision. That man was taken to the hospital and is in stable, non-critical condition.
Crews have not been able to search the wreckage for the three missing crew members as of yet.
Officials ordered an evacuation of some nearby areas out of concern the flames would cause a fast-moving grass fire.
Other details such as how fast the train was going, or why were they on the same track are unknown at this time, but the speed limit in that area is 70 mph.