The GOP train hit the garbage truck in Virginia.

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The GOP train hit the garbage truck in Virginia.

On Wednesday morning, a bus carrying near charlottesville, Virginia, the house of representatives and the senate republican Amtrak train travel to West Virginia’s annual hit a garbage truck parking lot.

At least one person was killed, according to a statement released by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

At the university of Virginia medical center on Wednesday night for the wounded updated: “a patient in a dangerous situation, a patient is in good condition, three patients are evaluated, one patient has been discharged from hospital.”

The President said he spoke to house speaker Paul Ryan. “The train crash was a difficult, huge jolt,” Mr Trump told reporters. “We haven’t fully understand what happened, but this is a truck with a train, very fast, and we will get a full report, it is what kind of truck drivers were killed. ”

The people killed in the crash were a passenger on a truck, the Associated Press reported. The driver and another passenger were seriously injured.

Amtrak said in a statement that the train “approached a truck in Crozet, Virginia, at 11:20 am.” It said two American railway crew members and three passengers were taken to a local hospital and described as minor injuries. It says the national transportation safety board is investigating.

Arizona senator Jeff frak told CNN he was on a train near the front line and began to help. He said one person was “dead” and the other was “very bad”. Flake added, “I hope he survives.”

Flake said the other man was not seriously injured and could walk to the ambulance.

Flake said he wasn’t sure if the injured or dead were in the truck’s driving room, or if they were behind.

Senator bill cassidy, r-la. A doctor tweeted that he helped patients until emergency medical technicians appeared.

Senator bill cassidy, r-la. A doctor tweeted that he helped patients until emergency medical technicians appeared.

Ryan, Wisconsin, the incident on twitter was a “terrible tragedy,” adding, “we pray for the victims and their families.”

The retreat’s sponsor, the congressional research institute, said it would carry out a revised plan. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the events of today.”

The institute said the plan would now include moments of prayer for people involved in the accident, as well as security briefings by police chiefs and the Capitol police.

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