Driver: GPS led him to Indiana tracks where train struck van
AUBURN, Ind. -- A driver has told deputies that he was following GPS directions when his delivery van got stuck on railroad tracks and hit by a train in northeastern Indiana.
The DeKalb County sheriff's office said the driver was outside the van and called 911 about 2 a.m. Tuesday near Auburn shortly before the passing train train struck the vehicle, WANE-TV reported.
No injuries were reported. The railroad checked the track for damage, according to the television station.