An Amtrak passenger train has derailed in Vermont, state police told ABC News.
At least four people sustained non life-threatening injuries in the derailment, which took place near Northfield, Vermont while the train was en route to Washington, DC.
At least two cars derailed after the train hit debris on the track from a rock slide, according to CNN.
Amtrak confirmed on Twitter that a train had derailed and that emergency personnel were at the scene:
We are aware of the derailment of train 55 in VT. Emergency personnel are on the scene & we are assessing the situation. Updates to follow.
— Amtrak (@Amtrak) October 5, 2015
An Instragam picture posted by a person who appears to be a passenger on the derailed Amtrak shows how far the train went off its course:
ABC tweeted photos of the derailed cars: