Train splits 18-wheeler carrying bottled water in Richmond

A train collided with an 18-wheeler near Hwy. 90A and Second Street in Richmond on May 6. (Courtesy ABC 13)
A train collided with an 18-wheeler near Hwy. 90A and Second Street in Richmond on May 6. (Courtesy ABC 13)

A train collided with an 18-wheeler near Hwy. 90A and Second Street in Richmond on May 6. (Courtesy ABC 13)

A train hit an 18-wheeler carrying bottled water May 5 in the Richmond area.

Police said the crash happened on Second Street near the railroad bridge along Hwy. 90A.

The police department has not reported injuries from the incident.


Police also added there is no immediate threat to the community.

There is no word on traffic impacts to the area.


This is a developing story. All updates can be found in the ABC 13 article.

By ABC13
A Community Impact Newspaper media partner


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