Man killed by freight train in Sumner

Police are investigating a railroad accident in which a man, who was sitting on the railroad tracks in Sumner, was hit and killed by a northbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train around 12:40am.

Train engineers saw the man sitting on the tracks but were unable to stop the train in time.

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Source:
The Seattle Times Man killed on RR tracks on Sumner
Posted June 21, 2010