No injuries were reported after a car was struck by a train in Grand Island Wednesday evening.
Authorities say around 6 p.m. a 69-year-old driver steered a 2003 Chrysler Town & Country around a barrier at the Oak Street crossing, which had been put up by crews just that morning for repairs.
The minivan became high-centered and then was struck by a westbound train. There were no passengers in the vehicle and no injuries were reported.
The county attorney will decide whether or not to file charges against the driver of the minivan.