About 20 cars go off the tracks in Florida train derailment

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Two trains collided and derailed in Northern Florida early Wednesday morning.

About 20-cars overturned, went off the tracks, and leaked fuel.

At least two people were reported to have suffered minor injuries.

Officials with the train company, CSX, says the train was transporting non-hazardous materials, when it collided with a second CSX train that was loaded with coal.

"Initial reports indicate that diesel fuel has been released from one or more of the locomotives,” according to a CSX statement.

One train was traveling from Florida to Chicago, while the coal-loaded train was traveling from Kentucky to Tampa with three locomotives and 100 loaded cars of coal.