Train crash victim released from hospital

The driver who survived a fiery train crash with his vehicle on Sunday has been released from the hospital. 20 year old Carl Adkins was driving a tractor-trailer hauling liquid manure in southern Michigan when he didn’t stop at a stop sign at the crossing and was hit by a Canadian Pacific train with 86 cars. Fire erupted in the rig’s cab and near the engine of the train. Adkins was ejected from his rig and flown by Life Flight to a Toledo hospital. He was released this week from the hospital and cited for disregarding traffic control. No one else was hurt.

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