EAST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WHTM) — A possible train accident happened around 8:14 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 14 near the 200 block of Riverview Drive in East Manchester Township, York County according to York County Public Information Officer Ted Czech.

Assistant Fire Chief Jason Johnson with the Eagle Fire Company stated that train engineers saw two people in dark clothing near the tracks as the train approached a bridge. This led to a two-hour search and rescue effort after the engineers didn’t see the two people a moment later. Officials believe the two individuals are not in any danger at this time.

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According to Czech, a helicopter was dispatched to the scene of the accident to assist with the search and rescue efforts but has returned as of 10:41 p.m. Search teams were looking in the Susquehanna River as well as on land near the train tracks.

“The search has been called off for the night after a thorough search by helicopter, by rescue boat, and by individuals on the ground. Pennsylvania State Police plan to check the area again in the morning, during daylight, when they can get a better view,” Czech said.

York County Regional Police and Norfolk Southern Railway are handling the investigation.