• February 08, 2019

One Killed in Natalia, TX, Train/Car Accident on Highway 132

Natalia, TX -- February 7, 2019, one person was killed as the result of an accident where their vehicle and a train collided along Highway 132,

According to preliminary details released by local authorities, the incident happened overnight Thursday off the intersection of Highway 132 and Corto Street.

In a series of events which remains unclear, a passenger vehicle crossed into the path of a train while crossing a set of railroad tracks. This resulted in the train crashing into the side of the car.

One person from the car died as a result of the accident. It appears no one else was hurt in the crash.

At this time, authorities continue to investigate the factors surrounding the accident. No further information is currently available.

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