An Edwardsville woman drove into an Amtrak train early Thursday morning but survived without major injuries.
About 2:10 a.m., a Dodge Intrepid driven by 23-year-old Teresa Burch collided with the engine of a westbound train at the railroad crossing at East 1900 Road north of Lawrence.
The train, which was carrying 204 passengers and four crew members, was stopped for an hour and a half while officials assessed the damage. No one inside the train was injured.
Burch was cited for failure to yield the right of way. She was treated and released at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.