OKLAHOMA CITY - An Amtrak train carrying 60 passengers collided with a pickup truck Sunday morning in southeast Oklahoma City.

Police say this is the second train incident of the morning. According to report, the collision occurred shortly after 8:30 a.m. at Southeast 29th Street and South Shields Boulevard when the truck went around the barrier.

Multiple people were inside of the truck, one person suffered minor injuries.  

Officials said the train belongs to the BSNF Railway Company, it is the same company involved in the train incident earlier Sunday, when a man’s foot was severed by a train after getting caught in the tracks.

No major injuries were reported. Police say the railway company will open its own investigation.