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  • His Pepsi truck got stuck. Then he saw a train coming.

    The driver of an Allen Beverages Pepsi truck got stuck on the railroad tracks near the crossing at Main Street in Biloxi. When a train was approaching, the driver exited the vehicle and watched the locomotive strike his 18-wheeler.

The driver of an Allen Beverages Pepsi truck got stuck on the railroad tracks near the crossing at Main Street in Biloxi. When a train was approaching, the driver exited the vehicle and watched the locomotive strike his 18-wheeler. Justin Mitchell jmitchell@sunherald.com
The driver of an Allen Beverages Pepsi truck got stuck on the railroad tracks near the crossing at Main Street in Biloxi. When a train was approaching, the driver exited the vehicle and watched the locomotive strike his 18-wheeler. Justin Mitchell jmitchell@sunherald.com

Update: Streets open after train collides with Pepsi truck

January 05, 2017 10:11 AM