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SUV carrying infant struck by train in north Titusville (Update)

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Rescue workers on the scene of an accident involving a train and a white Ford Expedition in north Titusville. (abc3340.com) Rescue workers on the scene of an accident involving a train and a white Ford Expedition in north Titusville. (abc3340.com)
Rescue workers at the accident scene where an Intermodal train hit a white Ford Expedition Tuesday night. (abc3340.com) Rescue workers at the accident scene where an Intermodal train hit a white Ford Expedition Tuesday night. (abc3340.com)

Birmingham Police and Fire are on the scene of an accident after a car was struck by a train.

The accident happened around 9 p.m. near the intersection of Center Place North and Kappa Avenue in north Titusville.

An adult and a child were reportedly in the car when it was hit by the train.

We have a crew at the scene and will provide updates as information becomes available.

Update #1

At least two victims have been transported to the hospital by ambulance. The infant victim is reportedly in poor condition, and has been transported to Children's Hospital.

Update #2

The victims hit by the train were in a white Ford Expedition. Birmingham Police Sgt. Johnnie Williams is expected on the scene soon.

Update #3

Sgt. Johnnie Williams said four people were injured in the accident. The infant victim was ejected from the Ford Expedition and is in critical condition at Children's Hospital.

Update #4

Birmingham's Accident Recreation Team is working to piece together exactly what happened Tuesday night when a train collided with the rear end of a Ford Expedition.

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