MARION COUNTY, Fla. -- Two trains were involved in a derailment early Wednesday morning, according to Marion County Fire Rescue.
There is a fuel leak and two people are reported to have minor injuries, MCFR told News 13.
Twenty cars are flipped over and there were no hazardous materials on board, Marion County Sheriff's Office told News 13.
CSX tells Click Orlando that a train transporting non-hazardous phosphate rock collided with another CSX train that was loaded with coal.
The crash happened a little after 4 a.m. near the town of Citra, north of Ocala.