An Amtrak train crash left two people dead and several others injured Sunday morning near Chester, Pennsylvania, ABC News reports. The derailment injured about 30 people, according to officials. Amtrak says service is suspended between New York City and Philadelphia because of the crash. The company says Amtrak Train 89 was traveling from New York City to Savannah, Georgia, when the crash occurred. Click through the gallery to see more photos from the scene. One passenger, Glenn Hills, of Brooklyn, New York, said on Twitter he "saw fire" from the second car. He posted this photo of the damage caused to the train. (Mark Makela/Getty)
Amtrak Train 89 derailed after it crashed into a backhoe on the tracks near Chester, Pennsylvania, Sunday morning, killing two. See photos of the crash here.