One Injured after Car Crashes into Train on Fox Road [Solano County, CA]

One Injured after Car Crashes into Train on Fox Road [Solano County, CA]

One Injured after Car Crashes into Train on Fox Road [Solano County, CA]

Car Crashes into Train in Solano County

 
SOLANO COUNTY, CA (January 27, 2019) – A vehicle crashed into a train on Fox Road causing one person to be injured Sunday morning near Vacaville.
 
California Highway Patrol reported the crash occurred around 4:33 AM in a unincorporated area in Solano County at Fox Road main line railroad crossing.
 
Union Pacific spokeswoman Hannah Bolte said the driver was distracted at the time of the accident which caused his Honda Accord to be struck by a freight train. Due to the impact, the Honda sustained major front end damages and was pushed 100 feet away from the crossing.
 
The driver was the only occupant in the car and sustained minor injuries. He was transported to the Kaiser Medical Center in Vacaville for further medical evaluation.
 
The identity of the driver and his current condition has not been released to the public.
 
CHP is still investigating the incident, no further information has been disclosed.
 
When driving on or around train tracks, reduce your speed and look both ways before crossing. It is never safe to stop your vehicle on train tracks, as most freight trains do not follow set schedules and are not easy to stop. Being extra cautious around these area can prevent yourself and others from being put in dangerous conditions.


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