Investigators are probing what caused a freight train to derail in Philadelphia early Friday morning.
Emergency officials say a propane car has caught fire on a freight train Lancaster County, injuring one person, forcing evacuation and disrupting passenger rail service in Pennsylvania.
The woman, who is from Sanatoga in Montgomery County, was a passenger in a car that became stuck on the train tracks at the South Hanover Street Crossing in Pottstown around 11 p.m. on Thursday night.
The accident happened at S 63rd St and Paschall Avenue in Philadelphia.
Police are investigating the death of a Delaware man who was struck by a train late Thursday evening.
A driver died after colliding with a freight train in Camden County early Friday morning.