Train vs Pedestrian

Pedestrian killed on railroad tracks in Huntsville
Pedestrian killed on railroad tracks in Huntsville

Authorities are describing a death on the railroad tracks in Huntsville earlier this afternoon as train vs pedestrian.

The incident occurred between Church Street near the Huntsville Depot Museum and Holmes Ave near Woodson St. Around 3:30 p.m. There is no indication at this time what may have precipitated the incident and the individual has not been publicly identified.

The stretch of tracks from Holmes Avenue to Oakwood Avenue seems to be especially dangerous as pedestrian deaths and vehicle impacts happen every few months. All too often careless teenagers or anyone traveling afoot walk along the tracks taking shortcuts for convenience.

©2023 – Jim Casey

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