The Norman Police Department is investigating a Friday morning collision between a train and a pedestrian.
According to an NPD press release, police responded to a report of the collision at approximately 6:30 a.m. Friday. Police identified a man deceased on the tracks from injuries sustained in the collision.
The initial investigation into the incident found the man stepped in front of the train, according to the release. The train engineer said in the release that he saw the man and sounded the horn, but the man did not heed the warning.
The collision remains under investigation, according to the release.
Due to the investigation, the railroad crossings at Acres Street, Gray Street, Main Street and Eufaula Street were closed for approximately two hours, according to the release.
UPDATE (8:53AM): The railroad crossings at Gray St, Main St and Eufaula St are now back open.— Norman Police (@normanokpd) July 5, 2019
The crossing at Acres St remains closed as officers continue to investigate the fatality collision involving a pedestrian and train.
All railroad crossings have now been reopened, according to the release. Identification of the deceased man is pending proper notifications.