Police are investigating whether speeding was a factor in a deadly crash between a Metro-North train and a car.
The crash was reported in Redding around 1 p.m. Sunday.
According to the News-Times of Danbury, three people needed to be removed from the vehicle while one person was found on the ground outside of it.
All four were brought to a local hospital where one died a short time later.
The identities of those involved have not been released.
A Mrto-North spokesperson said the railroad crossing had flashing lights to indicate an oncoming train, and said they were on and working at the time of the crash.
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