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Fox News' Rachel Campos-Duffy was aboard a train that crashed Wednesday while carrying Republican lawmakers and their family members to a party retreat in West Virginia.

At least one person died when the train struck a dump truck on the tracks outside Charlottesville, Virginia. No one aboard the train suffered a serious injury, but some lawmakers were treated for minor injuries. 

Campos-Duffy and her husband, Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.), were heading to the gathering at West Virginia's Greenbrier resort with their eight children. 

She said her children were all OK, but the experience was "pretty traumatic" since she was once involved in a serious car accident in which she was ejected from the vehicle. 

Campos-Duffy said it was harrowing to see inside the truck, where there was one fatality and another person seriously hurt. 

"Everybody [on the train] is fine. The tragedy is outside," she said. 

Watch the interview above. 

The Duffies were just on "Fox & Friends" Wednesday morning after Rep. Duffy attended the State of the Union with a veteran who called out boycotting Democrat Maxine Waters.

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