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CSX Transportation officials on Friday confirmed that an employee was injured at the Selkirk rail yard on Tuesday.
CSX officials said just before 7 p.m. Tuesday a CSX employee was hurt and taken to a nearby hospital. They did not say how the person was injured, or how serious the injuries were.
CSX officials only said that the incident didn't involve trains or train operations.
The incident remains under investigation.
"As we work to determine what happened, we will use that information to help prevent injuries like this in the future because the safety of our employees is our top priority," a CSX spokesperson said in an emailed statement.
This article first appeared on www.timesunion.com
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