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UPDATE: Man dies after being struck by train near downtown Fargo

FARGO -- A man who was taken to the hospital Sunday afternoon, Dec. 25, with severe injuries after he was struck by a train in downtown Fargo later died, according to Fargo police.

Train and pedestrian accident
Emergency workers try to help someone struck by a train near the 1700 block of Main Avenue of Fargo on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016. Dave Olson / The Forum

FARGO -- A man who was taken to the hospital Sunday afternoon, Dec. 25, with severe injuries after he was struck by a train in downtown Fargo later died, according to Fargo police.
The incident happened just before 3 p.m. near the 1700 block of Main Avenue.
Fargo Police Sgt. Michael Sanden said a man suffered serious injuries when he was hit by a train, but the extent of the injuries weren’t immediately known.
An ambulance took the victim to Sanford Medical Center in downtown Fargo.
Police said the man later died, according to a WDAY TV report.

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