Shelby man out of hospital after train wreck

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By Lisa King

A Shelby County man who was injured critically Thursday evening when his pickup truck collided with a train near downtown Shelbyville has been released from the hospital.

Ryan McBride was airlifted to the University of Louisville Medical Center after his truck was crushed by a Norfolk Southern train at about 5:30 p.m. in the area of 1st and Goodman streets.

Robin Chapman, director of public relations for Norfolk Southern, said the train, which consisted of two engines and 66 cars, hauling mixed freight, struck a pickup truck at the crossing.

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