ROME, N.Y. -- The Oneida County Sheriff's Office says a truck driver intended no-harm after they say he was driving on the railroad tracks in the city of Rome.
As a precaution, sheriff's deputies contacted CSX to temporarily close the tracks. They have since re-opened.
The incident happened around 12:13 a.m. Thursday morning in the area of Reber Road, in the city of Rome.
Sheriff's deputies say a truck was going eastbound on the tracks towards the village of oriskany. Shortly after, the vehicle was found and stopped by the Whitestown Police Department.
Deputies say the individuals involved posed no threat to public safety or the operation of the railroad tracks. Those involved were escorted off the tracks.
No injuries are being reported. There is no word of any names being released, or charges being filed.
New York State Police and Whitestown Police assisted on-scene.