Inland Empire News
Freight train hits truck in Riverside; 1 dead
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KABC) -- A driver of a truck was struck and killed by a freight train at Pierce Street and Magnolia Avenue in Riverside Friday morning.
The train company says the guard rails were down. It's unknown why the truck was on the tracks.
Officials said to expect delays of up to two hours on Metrolink's Inland Empire and 91 lines.
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