INDIANAPOLIS - One person was killed when a pickup truck crashed Thursday morning near train tracks at 34th Street and Arlington Avenue on the city's east side, police said.
The pickup truck was found flipped near the tracks, but there was no report of a train hitting the truck, investigators said. The unidentified victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators said they believe the man was driving west on the tracks toward downtown before his truck rolled off, flipping upside down.
The crash appeared to have only involved one vehicle, but police were looking for another person who was possibly in the truck with the victim.
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