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A 64-year-old woman died after her vehicle collided with the front of a CSX Freight Train at around 9 a.m. Tue, according to a release from Chief Francis Staab of Eastern Adams Regional Police.
Delores L. Foley-Zimmer, of Oxford Township, was driving a 1997 Chevy Geo westbound on Red Hill Road when the crash occurred.
The car was hit on the driver's side door by the front of the train causing the vehicle to overturn and stop along the embankment to the railroad tracks.
The train did blow it's whistle prior to entering the intersection.
A woman is in critical condition Tuesday morning after colliding with a train in Oxford Township. (Photo: Mariana Veloso)
Foley-Zimmer was transported by ambulance to Hanover Hospital where she ultimately died.
Eastern Adams Regional Police have contact next of kin.
This article first appeared on www.eveningsun.com
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