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Fri February 17, 2012
Lansing motorist killed in crash with Amtrak train
DELTA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - Officials say the driver of a car who was killed in a collision with an Amtrak train near Lansing drove around lowered gates at a road crossing.
The Eaton County Sheriff's Office continued to investigate the accident Friday.
The driver of the car who was killed was identified as Hermes Fernandez-Lopez. The 39-year-old was from Lansing.
No one on the train was reported injured in the Thursday night accident.
The train was travelling from Chicago to Port Huron with about 145 passengers when it struck the vehicle shortly after 9:10 p.m., authorities said. Train passengers left the scene on buses.