Three crewmembers were missing after an eastbound and a westbound freight train collided in Oklahoma. The two Union Pacific Railroad trains collided around 10:08 a.m. outside of Goodwell, Oklahoma. Two of the westbound train’s locomotives caught fire, and one locomotive from the other train caught fire as well. One of the trains carried a resin solution, but authorities said it was not burning. The train had a crew of two and officials have been unable to account for the two engineers and one conductor. The other conductor escaped apparently unharmed.