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Train hits car left on tracks, driver uninjured

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Police dashcam video shows the moment an Amtrak train smashed into a car parked over the train tracks in West Windsor, New Jersey late Tuesday night. The driver of the vehicle was not harmed. (Nov. 20)
 
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News video: WEB EXTRA: Amtrak Train Hits Car On Tracks

WEB EXTRA: Amtrak Train Hits Car On Tracks 00:13

An Amtrak train struck a car stuck on tracks in New Jersey on Tuesday night. Police said the driver of the vehicle took cover with officers before the train hit and that no one was hurt. According to the West Windsor Police Department, the driver was charged reckless driving and DWI.

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