A Norfolk Southern train derailed in Jasper, Alabama, on Sunday. At least 11 cars were toppled due to the accident, which ended up spilling diesel fuel and engine oil.

Two of the crew members were injured as a result of the derailment and were rushed to a nearby hospital. Both have since been released from the hospital. According to Norfolk, there is no threat of hazmat as a result of the crash. A cleanup team is currently working in the area.

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“According to Norfolk Southern, the train crew was briefly trapped in the engine room because the engine tilted over. There were no major injuries, but RPS was called to the scene to evaluate the crew and transported two crew members as a precaution,” Jasper Police wrote in a statement. Jasper Fire called all personnel in to assist the crew in getting out of the train and managing the scene, along with Jasper Police. Norfolk Southern and Walker County EMA are remaining on the scene to return the track to service.”

Norfolk also released its own statement on the derailment on Sunday, accepting the crash.

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“During the derailment, the locomotive rolled onto its side and as a result spilled some diesel fuel and engine oil. Norfolk Southern crews have responded and have been working through the night on cleanup. We’d also like to thank the first responders who quickly arrived on-scene and took care of our crew,” the company stated.

This was not the first Norfolk train to derail in the United States. Norfolk Southern train derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, and spilled toxic chemicals in the recent past.