An Amtrak train crashed into a truck in Oklahoma on Friday evening, injuring four people, CNN reported.
The train was heading from Fort Worth, Texas, to Oklahoma City when the collision occurred, an Amtrak spokesperson told CNN.
The Love County Sheriff's Office said in a Facebook post that the four people injured were passengers on the train and that the driver of the truck and his dog were "shaken up" but not hurt.
The four injured passengers were taken to a local hospital by ambulance and suffered minor injuries, according to CNN. Amtrak told the news outlet that there were 110 passengers and crew members on the train when the crash occurred.
Oklahoma officials are investigating the collision, CNN noted.
The crash follows an incident in September in which an Amtrak train derailed in Montana, killing three people and injuring dozens more.