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Man in Greenville struck by train

Posted September 23, 2011

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— A train collided with a person in Greenville early Thursday morning on the train tracks just before the Pirate Trestle near 14th Street and Charles Boulevard, Greenville police said Thursday. 

Officers responded to a call that a person had been struck around 3 a.m. after CSX Transportation Services personnel contacted the Greenville Police Department. Officers found the 36-year-old man face down in a creek below the train tracks.

The man was transported to Pitt County Memorial Hospital for treatment of broken bones and possible internal injuries, officials said. 

The identity of the man has not been released. 

The investigation is ongoing and there is no additional information at this time regarding this incident.


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  • Scubagirl Sep 23, 2011

    WOW! Glad he survived and most definitely surprised that the train didn't completely win that encounter. Hopefully he will completely recover.

  • packbacker2 Sep 23, 2011

    He lived?

    Trains creep through that area. Not surprised he lived.

  • warbirdlover Sep 23, 2011

    I hope he gets better. Lets face it there is no reason that anybody should be hit by a train. It's not like they can sneak up on you.

  • Bartmeister Sep 23, 2011

    He lived?