About 7:40 a.m. on Saturday, November 15, 2003, Union Pacific Railroad (UP) northbound train UGLSE-14, consisting of 3 locomotives and 90 empty cars, struck southbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company (BNSF) train UINBR001-14, consisting of 3 locomotives and 32 loaded cars. The BNSF train was struck about seven container platforms behind the locomotives, resulting in five derailed cars. The striking UP train had all 3 locomotives and 15 of its cars derail as a result of the collision. Both members of the UP crew were seriously injured. The two BNSF crewmembers did not sustain any injuries. The railroad in the area of the accident is owned by BNSF and is used jointly by BNSF and UP. The accident occurred at milepost (MP) 102.7 at the interlocking of Longview Junction South, near Kelso, Washington. About 2,800 gallons of fuel were released from the ruptured fuel tanks of the UP locomotives. A nearby train crew extinguished a minor fire. Weather conditions were overcast with light rain and a temperature of 44° Fahrenheit. Estimated damages were $2.7 million.