Pocatello man killed by train in Ontario

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Posted: Sunday, March 30, 2014 3:30 pm | Updated: 3:14 pm, Mon Mar 31, 2014.

ONTARIO — A Pocatello man was struck and killed by a train on the east track near the S.E. Fifth Ave. crossing in Ontario early Sunday morning, according to Ontario police.

At approximately 2:43 a.m., officers heard a westbound Union Pacific train start emergency braking. They responded to the area and made contact with the conductor, who said he had struck a person. Police were able to locate Joel Guerrero, 35, Pocatello, who was pronounced deceased at the scene.

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