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LIRR practice smashes into automotive stopped on Long Island tracks

A Long Island Rail Road practice plowed right into a automotive and injured a driver who appeared to have deliberately stopped on the tracks in Long Island Tuesday morning, officers and sources mentioned.

The Hyundai Sonata was struck round 10:30 a.m. in Bayport by the westbound 10:22 a.m. practice from Patchogue to Babylon, officers mentioned.

According to police, the Hyundai Sonata was parked in the middle of the tacks in Bayport.
According to police, the Hyundai Sonata was parked in the midst of the tracks in Bayport.
Christopher Sabella
Rescue crews managed to save the unidentified driver and rushed him to a local hospital in serious condition.
Rescue crews managed to avoid wasting the unidentified driver and rushed him to a neighborhood hospital in critical situation.
Christopher Sabella
According to someone close to the investigation, police think the car was deliberately parked on the tracks.
According to somebody near the investigation, police assume the automotive was intentionally parked on the tracks.
Christopher Sabella

Rescue crews used instruments to take away the roof and free the pinned driver, images present. The man, who was not instantly recognized, was rushed to the hospital with critical accidents, officers on the scene mentioned.

A supply aware of the investigation mentioned the motive force seems to have deliberately maneuvered across the gates and stopped on the tracks.