• January 11, 2017

Lianchinkhup Taithul Killed in Car vs. Train Accident in Dekalb County, GA

Dekalb County, GA -- A passenger car vs. train incident left 67-year-old Presbyterian minister Lianchinkhup Taithul dead in the area of Dekalb Co., GA.

It appears Mr. Taithul was the sole occupant of a vehicle that was crossing a train track when the incident occurred. The report claims the Corolla crossed the track about 6:30 p.m. in the area of North Clarendon & East Ponce de Leon Avenues. The report claims the operator of the train was unable to stop in time, colliding with the car. It is unclear if Mr. Taithul was killed at the scene of the incident.

Authorities are currently investigating the details of the incident and hope to learn more as it concludes.

The report left no more information at the time of its release.

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