Pioneer’s old car dies at Texas airport
A passenger train in an old diesel-powered car dies after the car broke down, according to an accident report from a Dallas-Fort Worth station.
Worth police officer who responded to the scene of the accident reported that the train was traveling east on U.S. Highway 29 when the engine broke down.
The train was transporting passengers from Dallas to Fort Worth.
The Dallas Fire-Rescue Department said the train’s driver, a 50-year-old man, suffered minor injuries in the crash.
The passenger train was stopped in Fort Worth after the crash and is now being investigated, according with the Dallas Morning News.
The Associated Press has more on the crash: Train crashes at Fort Worth station Train crash at Fort Texas station: The passenger car on the train broke down in Fort Texas and has since been towed to a Dallas station.
Train crashed at Fort Weatherford station Train crashed near Fort Weatherby station Train is still on the road, but train was towed.
Train has been towed from the scene.
The Fort Worth Police Department tweeted a picture of a black box from the crash, but the Fort Worth Fire-Echo reported that they couldn’t immediately confirm the information.
The crash happened shortly after 1 a.m.
A woman and a man were transported to the hospital after the accident, according the Fort Weatherley Fire-Hatch reported.
The woman was pronounced dead on arrival, and the man died at the scene, the Fort weatherley news outlet reported.
Police said they are investigating the cause of the crash because of the high speed and poor visibility.
The accident report said the driver and train passenger were traveling eastbound on U, W. and W. at about 10 miles per hour.
Train had broken down at the time of the incident, but it was being towed, the Dallas Fire and Rescue Department tweeted.
No other details about the train were immediately available.