FIRTH, Neb. -- Authorities said they responded to a call where a vehicle was reportedly stuck on railroad tracks. 

The Gage County Sheriff's Office said that Wednesday morning, they were called to railroad tracks near S 96th Road and E Apple Road, southeast of Firth, for a reported vehicle stuck on the tracks. 

According to authorities, the BNSF railroad crew had driven up and down the tracks and a GCSO deputy checked the roads in the area, but the reported vehicle could not be found. 

The Sheriff's Office said that a report of a vehicle stuck on the tracks is disruptive to the railroad which halts all rail traffic for miles around.