CHICAGO (CBS) — An Amtrak train bound for St. Louis had to be towed back to Chicago on Friday, after hitting a semi-trailer truck in southwest suburban Joliet.

Amtrak confirmed Lincoln Service Train 303 hit the back of a trailer truck at a crossing in Joliet around 10:30 a.m.

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The truck driver was not hurt, and none of the 144 passengers on the train was injured.

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Amtrak said they believe the gates at the crossing were active at the time.

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The train was being towed back to Chicago. Passengers were given the option of taking a bus the rest of the way to St. Louis, or going back to Chicago to wait for a later train.