CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Authorities say the driver of a loaded log truck that collided with a train carrying 63 people on a scenic West Virginia mountain route is the lone fatality in an accident that hurt 23 others.
Randolph County Sheriff Mark Brady said two of the train's passenger cars flipped on their sides after impact, the log truck was a "total loss" and its driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
Tracy Fath, a spokeswoman for Davis Memorial Hospital in Elkins, provided audio of Brady's joint news conference with hospital officials to The Associated Press.
She said six of the 23 injured were admitted to hospitals in serious condition and two in stable condition.
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