ELSMERE, Ky. -- A man is dead after being struck by a train in Northern Kentucky early Tuesday morning.
The incident happened at about 6:04 a.m. near Edwards Avenue in Elsmere, Ky.
Elsmere police on the scene say the man, who they describe as in his 40s, was sitting on the track at the time of the strike and the train conductor called in the incident. Officials did not release the nature of why he was on the tracks.
No other details about the incident were immediately available.
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