Man Survives After Being Run Over By Coal Train

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- Talk about being lucky -- a north Alabama man is alive after being run over by a train.

It happened to Arnold Romine Thursday afternoon. Huntsville Fire and Rescue officials said a train engineer spotted the 61-year-old Romine lying across railroad ties. Witnesses said the conductor sounded the horn and tried to stop the train.

Firefighters said by the time the coal train was stopped, 8 rail cars had passed over Romine's body.

Miraculously, he suffered what appeared to be minor injuries. He was later treated and released at Huntsville Hospital.

Its unclear why Romine was lying on the tracks.

Reports say he was treated and released from hospital.


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