An Amtrak train carrying 95 passengers hit a vehicle near Quantico, Va. Wednesday morning, officials with the passenger railroad service said.
Amtrak spokeswoman Kimberly Woods said no injuries were reported to passengers or crew members and that the New York-bound Amtrak 84 Northeast Regional, which originated in Norfolk, resumed service around 11:35 a.m.
Prince William County Police spokesman Jonathan Perok said the truck was carrying cooking oil; the driver was not injured. He said the cause of the incident is still under investigation.
Woods said the incident happened around 9:55 a.m, roughly two miles north of Quantico.
A separate train, Amtrak Train 89, the Palmetto, which travels daily between New York and Savannah, Ga., was delayed about one hour because of the vehicle strike, Woods said. There were no other reported delays to other Amtrak trains traveling in the area, he added.
Woods said the investigation into the incident is being led by Prince William County Police and that Amtrak is cooperating.