Visitors to Six Flags Over Georgia got a scare over the weekend when a train ride caught fire inside the park.

The Marietta Daily Journal reported that two employees were injured when the blaze began in the engine and they were later taken to the hospital as a precaution. The report also says that no guests were on the ride on Saturday evening when the fire began.

There were some videos shared on social media showing the smoke billowing up inside the park as guests were trying to move away from the area.

The attraction is a classic locomotive that runs throughout the park across a mile-long track. Park officials said it would be closed for further inspection but there's no word on when it will be re-opened.