MARION COUNTY, FL (RNN) - About 20 train cars have derailed after an early Wednesday morning collision of two freight trains in Citra.
No serious injuries have been reported, Fox 35 Orlando said, but fuel is leaking.
Rescue workers evaluated two men on the scene, but they refused treatment, Orlando's News 6 reported.
A CSX train traveling from Florida to Chicago, which was hauling non-hazardous phosphate rock, hit a train loaded with coal traveling from Pembroke, KY, to Tampa, News 7 said. The wreck was reported at about 4:15 a.m.
Photos from Marion County Fire Rescue on Facebook show wrecked train cars.
Roads have been closed in the city as the derailment has streets blocked, Marion County Sheriff's Office reported on Facebook.
The cause of the collision is under investigation.
Citra is a community near Ocala in north central Florida.