A train carrying Republican lawmakers to a party retreat in West Virginia crashed Wednesday into a dump truck on the tracks. 

Amtrak said in a statement that there were no injuries to passengers or crew members. Fox News has confirmed there was one fatality related to the wreck. 

Lawmakers aboard the train are reporting minor injuries being treated by first responders. 

House Speaker Paul Ryan was aboard the train and was unhurt.

Rep. Jason Lewis (R-Minn.) spoke with "Outnumbered" by phone from the scene, reporting some whiplash and a possible concussion. Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) estimated about 200 members of Congress were aboard the train. 

Photos from the scene show the large truck smashed and debris scattered around the scene, but the train did not derail. 

The crash occurred in Crozet, Virginia, outside Charlottesville, as the House and Senate members traveled from Washington, D.C. to the Greenbrier Resort. 

President Trump is set to travel to the gathering on Thursday. 

The Greenbrier Resort, located in White Sulphur Springs, is owned by the family of West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice, who made headlines last year when he switched parties to become a Republican.

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