TRENTON, NJ — A train accident left one person dead, and a passenger seriously hurt in trenton, NJ on Saturday, December 14th, 2013, according to The New Jersey Star-Ledger.
Police believe Herman English was killed when the car he drove was struck by a River Line train as he drove along Lalor Street. The vehicle was struck broadside by the oncoming train.
Scene of the Accident
Herman English sustained massive injuries in the accident and was pronounced dead on the scene by emergency response personnel when they arrived. A passenger in the vehicle was tentatively identified as Constance English, who was also seriously hurt in the accident.
Authorities from both local and state agencies are currently evaluating the accident, and if weather had anything to do with the visibility of crossing arms.
The investigation remains ongoing.
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