FRANKLIN COUNTY, Mo. – An Amtrak train struck a tree Thursday afternoon while traveling just outside Washington, Missouri.

The incident happened near Ming Drive off Old Highway 100, south of the Missouri River. According to Marc Magliari, a spokesman for Amtrak Government Affairs& Corporate Communications, Train 319 hit the tree around 4:55 p.m.

Magliari said the rear axle of the locomotive lost contact with the tracks. Train 319 is made up of seven railcars.

There were no reported injuries among the 124 passengers and five crew members, Magliari said.

Power was eventually restored to the train. Meanwhile, Amtrak is in the process of arranging transportation for passengers to their final destinations.

Train 319, which operates daily between Chicago and Kansas City through St. Louis, uses a route owned, maintained, and controlled by Union Pacific Railroad.

Ming Drive is approximately five miles east of Washington.