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Mon City man dies when hit by moving train

| Wednesday, August 10, 2005 12:00 a.m

MONONGAHELA – A 40-year-old Monongahela man died early today when he was struck by a Norfolk-Southern train.

The man’s identity is not being released yet, Monongahela Police Chief Dennis Mendicino said, because police still need to contact several immediate family members.

Mendicino said officers were called to the 400 block of E. Main Street where they found the man lying between the tracks and the road at 11:50 p.m.

Mendicino said the man was still alive when his officers arrived on scene and he was immediately taken to Monongahela Valley Hospital.

He died a short time later at 12:56 a.m. in the emergency room.

Tri-Community Ambulance and Monongahela firefighters assisted at the scene and Life Flight emergency helicopter was also dispatched.

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