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Semi Driver Survives Train Crash

Updated: 03/24/2014 9:34 AM
Created: 03/24/2014 9:33 AM WDIO.com

CASS LAKE, Minn. (AP) - The driver of semitrailer survived after his rig was hit broadside by a train in Cass County.

The 43-year-old truck driver suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken to Sanford Health in Bemidji late Sunday afternoon.

The crash involving a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train happened on the Pike Bay Loop near Highway 2. The Brainerd Dispatch says the Minnesota State Patrol is investigating.

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Information from: The Daily Dispatch

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