An Idaho man and woman were unhurt after their truck was hit by a train in Parma early Sunday morning, according to an Idaho State Police press release.
Sixty-year-old Jack E. Carey, of Sand Hollow, was driving his 2006 Ford F-150 over train tracks around 1 a.m. when the vehicle stuck on the tracks, police said. Both Carey and his passenger, 47-year-old Renisha L. Montoya, of Meridian, left the vehicle.
The pickup was then hit by a Union Pacific train.
Neither Carey nor Montaya was injured, nor were any train personnel.
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It wasn’t immediately clear why the truck got stuck on the tracks. Police did not release the extent of damage to either the train or the truck.