BENKELMAN, Neb. (AP) — Amtrak says a small number of passengers have been taken to hospitals after a train carrying about 175 people between California and Chicago derailed in Nebraska.

Amtrak says the California Zephyr train ran into some equipment on the tracks and derailed around 8 a.m. near Benkelman, not far from the state’s borders with Kansas and Colorado.

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Two locomotives and the first three of 10 passenger cars left the tracks. The locomotives tipped onto their sides but Amtrak spokesman Mark Magliari says there was no fire.

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Magliari says he can’t confirm the exact number of injuries but says none are believed to be life-threatening.

Dundy County Hospital spokeswoman Sandy Noffsinger says seven patients are being treated there. She confirms none of those injuries are considered to be life-threatening.

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