Friday, December 4, 2020
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Driver dies after his car is struck by a train in Lower Moreland

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LOWER MORELAND, Pa. (YC) — A driver who was initially in critical condition has been pronounced dead by medics following a crash.

The crash happened at the railroad crossing located at the intersection of Philmont Road & Red Lion Road in Lower Moreland, Montgomery County.

The man allegedly slid through an icy railroad crossing when a SEPTA high-speed train struck his vehicle.

The driver was ejected from the car but when medics arrived he had died.

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The medical examiner is on location now.

This is a developing story.

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