Two trains with the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad have struck two vehicle in separate accidents.
The first accident occurred at 7:53 a.m. when train engine struck a vehicle on Old Highway 66 as the car attempted to cross the railroad and failed to yield to the moving train.
The driver did not suffer any serious injury, but was taken to the hospital for a precaution. The second accident occurred as a woman took a wrong turn and became stuck on the tracks. The caller did not know where they were, but was aware that a train was approaching.
The woman got out of the vehicle, but the man was having trouble getting out. The train put on the emergency braking system, but still hit the man and he fell to the ground. The man sustained minor injuries.