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Train collides with tractor-trailer in Union City

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FOX 5 viewer Lionel D. Wilson submitted this photo of the scene where a tractor-trailer collided with a train in Union City. FOX 5 viewer Lionel D. Wilson submitted this photo of the scene where a tractor-trailer collided with a train in Union City.
UNION CITY, Ga. -

A CSX freight train collided with a tractor-trailer in Union City on Tuesday night, authorities said.

Debris was scattered all over the scene at Roosevelt Highway and Watson Street. The truck was reportedly carrying frozen yellow corn.

Officers told FOX 5 that no one was hurt.

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