A train wreck is unfolding on the East Coast.
More than 60 people are confirmed dead after a train carrying crude oil derailed in West Virginia, killing eight.
Officials are still trying to figure out what caused the accident.
The train carrying a hazardous chemical, known as CFCs, derailed in a wooded area in West Virgina on Wednesday.
A total of six people were injured in the accident, including two children.
It happened in a rural area near the Tennessee-Georgia border.
According to the NTSB, there were no indications of any hazardous chemicals on the train.
The National Transportation Safety Board said the train was going at speeds of up to 95 mph (130 km/h).
It also said that the track is “deeply degraded.”
The train, which was transporting crude oil from North Dakota to New York, was carrying about 1,200 gallons (2,400 litres) of the chemical known as CPFCs.
The chemical is made by refineries in Canada and the United States.
After the derailment, the NTSP said a search is ongoing for the train and any of its cargo.
The accident is the second major accident involving CPFC.
In February, a rail accident in Pennsylvania killed 17 people and injured more than 200.