AURORA, Minn. (AP) -- For the second time in about a month, authorities in the northeastern Minnesota community have responded to a fatal train crash.
Officials say traffic is being rerouted on Main Street in Aurora Monday morning because of the accident. WDIO-TV reports the medical examiner has been called to the scene.
No other details were immediately available. In April, 64-year-old Lynn Lewis Nagy was killed when he rode his bike into a train.
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