HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - A Holland 80-year-old was hospitalized in serious condition Tuesday after the car he was driving was hit by a train.
It happened just before 10 a.m. at the railroad tracks on Riley Street near Woodside Drive in Holland Township, according to the Ottawa County Sheriff's Department.
Morey Raby, 80, was headed east on Riley in a Dodge Intrepid and failed to stop for the northbound CSX freight train.
There are crossing lights and arms on Riley Street.
Raby, who was wearing his seat belt, had to be extricated from the vehicle by Holland Township firefighters. He was taken via ambulance to Holland Hospital, where he was listed in serious condition
The train operator -- 62-year-old Neil Langworthy of Wyoming -- was not hurt.
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