Transcript for Louisville Train Crash Caught on Video
Now a de stating crash caught on camera. A train barreling down if tracks and suddenly a car tries to cross with deadly results. This is the latest in a string of similar accidents across the country. Dplor Ya Riviera is in our Washington bureau are more. Reporter: Good morning. That video so hard to watch. Overnight, another vehicle struck by a train with multiple fatalities. We have heard far too many stories like this one lately. One witness saying this car was pulverized. Shocking video of a train crash in Louisville, Kentucky. Just the latest in a string of deadly collisions in a few weeks. The accident occurred just after 4:00 P.M. On Saturday when a car plowed through the intersection. Cig yals went off. There was no gate to stop the driver. There were flashing light there is at the scene. Obviously when there is a guard, there may be more of warning. But they're distracted. Reporter: Four people were in the camry at the time, which was pushed half a mile down the tracks. We have four patients. Be advised, they're all critical. Reporter: Two were pronounced dead at the scene. Two were taken to university hospital. The train did not derail. No personnel on the train were injured. This is the fourth train collision in the last few weeks. With fully functioning train koszing cig calls failed to keep drivers a the track. In February, six people dead and 12 injured. Another commuter train crash last month in California was deadly. And the amtrak derailment just last week that injured more than 50 passengers. Oh, oh. Reporter: The Louisville metro police are investigating. There is no connection you saw between the men you saw filming the video and the incident.
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