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File photo of train tracks.(Photo: Goodshoot, Getty Images)
GRAND RAPIDS — Grand Rapids police are investigating after a man was grazed by a train.
Police say it happened Thursday at around midnight on railroad tracks near Madison Avenue and Cottage Grove Street in Grand Rapids.
Police say the man was in a wheelchair when he got too close to the tracks and was grazed by the train. He is expected to be OK.
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Source : http://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/2017/10/12/wheelchair-moving-train/757010001/