Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Three people were killed when an Amtrak passenger train collided with a vehicle in Jupiter, Fla., Saturday afternoon.
On Sunday, the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office identified the victim
Workers at the scene told The Palm Beach Post three people were inside an SUV with camping equipment that was struck by a northbound train.
According to an Amtrak spokesperson, none of the train's 200 passengers were hurt.
Teri Barbera, a spokesperson for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, was not able to confirm the number of people who died in the crash.
The track remained closed to train traffic until 8 p.m., six hours after the crash.
On its Alerts Twitter feed, Amtrak wrote that a southbound train, which departed New York on Friday, would be delayed due to a vehicle strike.