Update: 1 p.m.

A Steam Into History train and an SUV collided in Glen Rock around 11 this morning on tracks that intersected with a private driveway.

The driver was almost home, stopping just across from her house when the Glen Rock Express collided with her car, said Southern Regional Police Chief Jim Boddington.

"This is just a bad visibility spot here," he said.

The train was on its way to Hanover from New Freedom as part of a historical tour and held about 40 passengers, he said.

It was going roughly 10 miles an hour, said Bob Gotwols, chief operating officer for Steam Into History.

"(That's) part of the reason we go slow," he said.

For precautionary measures, the SUV driver was transported to the hospital for a knee injury, Boddington said, and no one else was injured.

The car sustained front-end damage, and the train's rear steps were damaged, Gotwols said.

Today's noon tour has been pushed back to 3 p.m., and there are no other schedule changes as a result of the accident, he said.

Steam Into History's main train, York No. 17, went in for its first inspection and found some things that needed repair, he said, but it should be up and running in a couple days.

Initial report:

Emergency crews are responding to an accident involving a train and an SUV in Glen Rock.

The incident occurred at about 11 a.m. on Baltimore Street, near its intersection with Pleasant Valley Road.

Check back later for more information.