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Name released of Miles City man who died in train accident

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MILES CITY, Mont. -

UPDATE: Custer County Sheriff's Office representatives release the name of the man who died after his truck was hit by a train. They say he is 84-year-old Earl Clark. 


A Miles City man died after his pickup truck was struck by a train in Miles City. Montana Highway Patrol said the man's pickup was parked on the BNSF railway right-of-way tracks around 11 pm last night when a westbound train struck the rear driver's side of the pickup.

The train pushed the mans truck off the north side of the tracks and he was taken to Holy Rosary hospital in Miles City where he was later pronounced dead.

Montana highway patrol says no drugs or alcohol are suspected in the accident.

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